‘I’d love to see Grujic given a chance to prove himself with us next season’: Liverpool fans excited by loanee’s goal against Leipzig as Owen Hargreaves praises Hertha Berlin midfielder
- Marko Grujic opened the scoring for Hertha Berlin against RB Leipzig on Tuesday
- His goal prompted Liverpool fans to take notice of the Serbian who is out on loan
- Fans on Twitter hope that the 24-year-old will get his chance at Anfield next year
- Owen Hargreaves also sung the midfielder’s praises during the Bundesliga clash
Marko Grujic has got Liverpool fans looking towards the future after the club’s on-loan midfielder scored the opening goal in Hertha Berlin’s Bundesliga clash with RB Leipzig.
Liverpool supporters will have taken a keen interest in the game in the hope of getting a closer look at Leipzig’s Timo Werner, who has been linked with a move to Anfield.
However, it was Grujic who got fans gushing in the first half after he put the visitors in front after turning in a corner.
Hertha’s on loan midfielder Marko Grujic (No 15) has excited Liverpool fans on Tuesday
Grujic (No 15) opened the scoring from a corner for Hertha Berlin against Leipzig
Fans took to Twitter to express their delight for the loanee star, hoping that Serbian defensive midfielder will get more of a chance in Jurgen Klopp’s team from next season.
One fan wrote: ‘I’d love to see Grujic given a chance to prove himself with us next season.’
Another fan even went as far to say that the 24-year-old was ‘better than Lallana and Milner’.
Bayern Munich great Owen Hargreaves (centre, pictured 2016) sang the midfielder’s praises
Liverpool fans took to social media to sing the praises of Grujic on Tuesday evening
His performance also saw him receive praise from Bayern Munich great Owen Hargreaves, who praised the Serbian but suggested he might not get into Klopp’s side.
‘He’s a good player,’ Hargreaves said. ‘He’s done the right thing getting some experience. Can play in multiple positions. Physically, he’s a really good size.
‘Technically, good player as well so I think he’s got a big future. Difficult to get into that Liverpool team, though, as they’re so blessed with so much depth.’
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