West Ham and Southampton set to grant late loan to Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic

West Ham and Southampton set to grant late loan to Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic as both sides also consider Ruben Loftus-Cheek

  • West Ham and Southampton set to make Liverpool offer for Marko Grujic
  • Both sides hope to loan the Serb before Monday’s deadline
  • Grujic has spent the last two seasons away from Anfield with Hertha Berlin
  • West Ham also wants Ruben Loftus-Cheek and will switch to Jack Wilshere











West Ham and Southampton are considering loans for Liverpool’s Marko Grujic ahead of Monday’s transfer deadline.

Both clubs are looking for midfielders and have the Serbian among the options being considered.

Grujic, 24, has spent the last two seasons on loan at Hertha Berlin in Germany where he made 54 appearances, scoring nine times and scoring three more goals.

West Ham and Southampton consider loans for Liverpool’s Marko Grujic

He has played twice this season, appearing in both Liverpool’s Carabao Cup games against Lincoln and Arsenal.

Both clubs are also among the teams interested in Chelsea’s Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

But while Southampton expect the price to be steep due to the England midfielder’s salary, West Ham are ready to continue their pursuit of the 24-year-old.

West Ham also had an offer for Club Brugge midfielder and captain Hans Vanaken rejected.

The Serbian midfielder has spent the last two seasons on loan at Hertha Berlin

The Serbian midfielder has spent the last two seasons on loan at Hertha Berlin

Both clubs are also interested in English Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek

Both clubs are also interested in Chelsea’s England midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek

Meanwhile, West Ham remains in talks with Jack Wilshere and hopes to come to an agreement on his release.

Wilshere has less than 12 months on the three-year contract, worth around £ 100,000 a week, which he signed when he joined for free after leaving Arsenal in 2018.

However, he was limited to just 18 appearances due to injury.

West Ham would ideally like to find a buyer for Wilshere who would allow them to collect some money.

However, if there are no takers before the window closes, they aim to find a compromise to terminate his contract by mutual agreement.

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