Grujic should join Fulham rather than fight for Liverpool place next season

Fulham have shown an interest in signing Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic, according to Goal.com.

What’s the word?

The Serbian international has been part of the Merseyside outfit since his 2016 switch from Red Star Belgrade, but game time has been an issue.

The 22-year-old has struggled to land a regular spot in the first team, which resulted in a loan move last season.

In January, Grujic moved to Cardiff City on loan and helped the Welsh outfit earn promotion to the Premier League.

It remains unlikely that the midfielder will break into Jurgen Klopp’s team in the 2018-19 campaign, and Goal.com reports that Fulham are potentially interested in a temporary deal.

What should Grujic do?

It is an exciting time at Liverpool following a positive campaign, which included a top-four finish and reaching the Champions League final.

Unfortunately for the Reds, they were unable to overcome Real Madrid in the Kiev showpiece, but their exciting fast-paced football has certainly caught the eye.

From Grujic’s point of view, he would struggle to gain a first-team place and it is in his best interests to rack up some minutes elsewhere.

Fulham would be an ideal fit for the Serbian as they adopt a passing style that the young midfielder could potentially thrive in.

On top of that, Grujic will be playing Premier League football following the Cottagers’ promotion via the playoffs, which means that he can test himself against some of the best teams in the country.