Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic could be heading to AC Milan after it emerged that I Rossoneri are interested in signing the versatile midfielder this summer according to The Mail.
AC Milan alongside Benevento are the two frontrunners to sign the 24-year-old following on from a successful two-year loan stint in the Bundesliga with Hertha Berlin.
Hertha did want to land Grujic themselves on a permanent deal yet because of the current financial ramifications of the ongoing global pandemic, the German side have chosen not to exercise their £18m right to buy the Liverpool man – paving the way for a host of Serie A teams to swoop.
Newly promoted Seria A side Benevento are reportedly set to be in advanced talks with Liverpool after they contacted the Reds at the end of last campaign enquiring to sign Grujic on loan with the option to buy at the end of the 2020/21 season according to Tuttmercatoweb.
The Mail reports that Benevento and AC Milan are not alone in the pursuit of Marko who is also being monitored by Premier League clubs Aston Villa and Crystal Palace, while German sides Frankfurt and Borussia Moenchengladbach also remain interested.
In the games he has featured under Jurgen there has definitely been evidence of his undeniable talent yet he has been unable to convince the boss to give the Serbian ace a sustained run in the team.
Also, Grujic’s impressive spell in Germany is likely to have increased his valuation to a figure the Reds could not refuse.