Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic is a man in demand in Germany after the Champions League winners received three offers for the Serbian from Bundesliga teams.
Grujic spent the last campaign on loan at Hertha BSC and made a good impression, earning praise from those around him.
His displays have led to three clubs from Germany’s top flight registering their interest in signing him for next season.
According to a report from Goal, Hertha, Werder Bremen and Eintracht Frankfurt would all like to acquire the 23-year-old’s services this summer.
It is thought that Hertha would want to take Grujic on a second loan deal, while Werder and Eintracht would be purchasing him outright.
Liverpool want to receive £25 million for the midfielder, which would be a £20 million profit on the fee they signed him for from Red Star Belgrade in January 2016.
The report goes on to say that an unnamed Premier League club and Atletico Madrid are also considering moves for Grujic, with a tug of war for his signature looking set to take place over the coming weeks and months.
Why Bundesliga clubs are courting Grujic this summer
At home in Germany
Grujic settled into life in Germany well, playing the best football of his career so far. If a Bundesliga team does sign him, they will be getting a player who is used to the league.
Young enough to improve
He seems to have been around a while, but Grujic is still only 23 and has the potential to improve much more. If he can keep getting regular football in a top league, the Serbian will only get better in the years ahead.
Grujic’s main position is central midfield. However, due to his size and strength, he can also play a deeper role while he has an eye for goal too, allowing him to play in attacking midfield.
A good leader
Grujic was the captain of his age group in the Red Star Belgrade academy and always gives his all in each game he plays. A player with leadership skills and good work ethic is a positive influence on the rest of the squad.