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19:50  12 february  2019
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Hertha Berlin want to sign Marko Grujic this summer

Hertha Berlin want to sign Marko Grujic this summer Michael Preetz, Hertha Berlin’s sporting director, has confirmed that his club want to keep Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic beyond the end of this season. The Serbian star is currently on loan with the German side and despite suffering with injuries, he’s put in some impressive performances. Grujic was the first signing made by Liverpool during the Jurgen Klopp era when the Reds paid £5m to sign him from Red Star Belgrade but he’s not quite been able to force himself into the manager’s plans.

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It is curious how Liverpool are considered an ‘incomplete’ team, given their position in the Premier League title race.

And yet, there is some credence to the argument that says the Reds are miles behind Manchester City in personnel terms.

With a number of players expected to be moving on come the summer, we thought we’d look at some potential replacements.

One player who should be heading out the door is Adam Lallana. The attacking midfielder has failed to bounce back from repeated injury, and it’s difficult to see any kind of future on Merseyside for the 30-year-old.

Liverpool made Insigne enquiry in January

Liverpool made Insigne enquiry in January Liverpool made an enquiry in January about the possibility of signing Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne in the summer, according to a report on the Liverpool Echo. Football communications consultant Ian McGarry revealed that the Reds registered their interest in Insigne last month. There have been recent claims that Liverpool actually submitted a bid for the Italian but McGarry understands that no bid was made. He said: “I’ve spoken to some people that I know at Liverpool who said there was no bid. ” “It was simply an enquiry as to whether he might be available in the summer as clubs do once the January window closes, they start looking at a strategy for the summer.

With that all in mind, we’ve looked at some of the attacking midfielders who we think the Reds could take a look at in the winter Aaron Ramsey will leave Arsenal in the summer , if not earlier, after the club decided not to renew his contract. He’s been linked with a move to Liverpool , but he has

These players could solve Liverpool 's defensive woes. They currently lack a destroyer in their team, who can break the opposing attacks and work as a shield for However, with the summer transfer window lurking, we are here with a list of five players who can fill in that position and can make Reds

The failure to sign Nabil Fekir means that Jürgen Klopp should be in the hunt for a new CAM, especially given his propensity to roll out a 4-2-3-1 formation this year.

Here are five candidates:

Liverpool given hope as Rabiot deal to Barcelona collapses.
Liverpool target and Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot has reportedly sacked his agent after a move to Barcelona fell through last month. The 23-year old is one of the most coveted midfielders in Europe, and with his contract set to expire next summer, a number of top European clubs have been clambering for his signature. Barcelona had looked likely to be the France international’s next destination, however a move never materialised, and now the Catalan club have reportedly backed away from talks of a pre-contract agreement and are waiting to be approached by Rabiot’s people.

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