The Serbian international spent last season on loan with the Portuguese giants and will now move permanently with the Reds five years later.
Liverpool’s summer exit is fast approaching, with midfielder Marco Grojic set to complete a transfer of 10.5m (14m) to Porto.
The Serbian midfielder was shown a photo of himself arriving in Portugal on Monday evening, allowed to leave the Reds’ training camp in Austria to finalize his move.
Agreement, the aim As revealed, its guaranteed m is 10.5m (14m.). Liverpool have also discussed a 10 per cent sale clause, and are confident they will benefit from Porto’s record in the player trade in the future.
First-team opportunities at Anfield are limited
Gregg was the first signing of the George Klopp era in Liverpool, who joined Red Star Belgrade in 2016 for a 5m (m 7m) deal.
He made eight appearances in his first season and six in his second on the Mercy side, but has since embarked on a series of loan moves. He joined Cardiff in January 2018 before spending two seasons at the Hertha Berlin for the Bundesliga.
Liverpool had hoped to sell him last summer, but bids were not forthcoming. Grojik joined Porto in October on a season-long loan.
He made 36 appearances in all competitions, scoring twice and helping Sergio Concepcion reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League, where he was defeated by eventual winners Chelsea.
Both Sporting CP and Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono may have revealed that they tried to sign Grozic this summer. Sporting had turned down an offer worth 6 8m (m 8m) last month, while Sassuolo’s interest depended on the exit of Italian Euro 2020 21 Manuel Lucatelli, prompting Porto to steal the march and secure the deal. I can help.
More departures are expected
Thunderstorms are one of the many departures expected in the coming weeks.
Nigerian striker Theo Owenci joins Union Berlin in 6. 6.5 million ($ 9 million) deal While Fulham Wells International is ready to increase its interest in Harry Wilson.
Zahrdan Shaqiri is an interesting Lizzie, while Liverpool will hear offers for Nico Williams and Nate Phillips. The future of Duke O’Reilly is also unclear, although sources claim that Takumi will remain at the Manamino club this season.
However, it is unlikely that Henderson will be allowed to leave this summer, or that he will even demand to say so. Sources insist talks are still under way with Liverpool, and further talks are expected on a new deal for the midfielder, whose current contract expires in 2023.