​The speculation surrounding the future of ​Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic appears to have finally come to an end, as the youngster is set to join ​Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin on loan.

The news has been reported by several sources including Liverpool Echo journalist James Pearce, who revealed on ​Twitter that Grujic has also agreed a new contract with Liverpool.

The 22-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan in the Championship with ​Cardiff City, and was heavily linked with a return to the club this summer after helping Cardiff secure promotion to the ​Premier League.

He has also been subject to offers from ​Middlesbrough and ​Serie A side Torino, who were keen to sign Grujic on a permanent basis after an initial season on loan. However, these offers were swiftly rejected by Liverpool, who have always insisted that Grujic has a future at the club.

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Grujic arrived at Liverpool in 2016, but has struggled to make a real impact for the club since making his debut during the 2016/17 season. He has made 14 appearances for the club, but has only featured for a total of 78 minutes in the Premier League.

His time at Cardiff was much more productive, as Grujic slotted into the heart of Cardiff's midfield and helped the Bluebirds to a second placed finish and secure automatic promotion to the top flight.

Following the closure of the English transfer window, Grujic was linked with a move to many European countries, with teams in Italy, Turkey and Russia all believed to be keen in securing a deal for Grujic.

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However, it appears as though Grujic has been reassured of his future prospects in Liverpool, and will now be able to continue his development in the German Bundesliga.