Marko Grujic Joins Cardiff City on Loan

Marko Grujic Joins Cardiff City on Loan

As a result, Klopp is keen for the 21-year-old to gain experience elsewhere, and a move to the Championship has been touted.

The Serbia global has featured just 14 times under Jugen Klopp since his move from Red Star Belgrade last summer, with only three of those appearances serving as starts.

The Serbian worldwide has played five games for Liverpool so far this year, including three substitute appearances in the Premier League, but has been loaned out to continue his development elsewhere.

Grujic has only featured six times for Liverpool this campaign which included two Champions League appearances off the substitutes bench against Hoffenheim and Maribor.

Aston Villa made their interest known in December.

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Marko will wear the number 24 shirt.

"This is perhaps the breakthrough moment of my career. I am aware that I've got a great chance, playing for the next six months in a big club". As reported by Wales Online, the veteran gaffer was hoping to sign a more experienced player to boost Cardiff's promotion bid but Liverpool's Serbian starlet has captured his imagination.

'He's right, Marko deserves to play more now, ' Klopp said after comments from Grujic's agent about his client needing more game time.

And it is understood that Cardiff manager Neil Warnock has already talked to Grujic about where he sees him in the team.

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