The ongoing saga of Marko Grujic’s transfer to Liverpool looks to have reached its conclusion and the move WILL go ahead after all, according to the Daily Mail.
A deal worth around £5.1m had been agreed between the Reds and Serbian outfit Belgrade, though the player’s father objected the switch.
He believed the Serbian giants were simply selling the 19-year old star to raise much needed funds, rather than looking out for the best interests of the player himself.
‘I won’t allow them to destroy my kid! I’m speaking about people who run the club’, he blasted.
However, the deal now appears to have been given the green light and the teenager is due to fly into Merseyside to complete the deal soon.
Following sale, Red Star will reportedly be enabled to pay staff wages at around £2m.
It is understood that the midfielder, who has drawn comparisons to Nemanja Matic, will sign for the Reds before returning to Serbia on loan.