Seria A sides AC Milan & Benevento are interested in brining Serbian midfielder Marko Grujic to Italy after Hertha Berlin has decided not to take up the option to buy for £18m
Grujic has spent the last two seasons away from Anfield where he has impressed while on loan with Hertha Berlin, but Liverpool are now looking to cash in on the 24 year old.
According to Tuttmercatoweb it is newly promoted Benevento who are in advanced talks with the Reds offering a loan fee of £3m and a further £8m next summer if they avoid relegation.
As previously reported by Neil Jones of Goal, Grujic is a wanted man this summer with a host of clubs from around Europe interested in signing him.
It would not be a surprise to see Grujic move to Italy but it would be surprised if Michael Edwards was to agree of a loan fee of £3m with a further £8m next summer to make the deal permanent, Liverpool value the midfielder at £20m and I could not see him move for anything less than £15m.