Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic has been linked with a move to Dinamo Zagreb.
The Croatian club’s chief Zdravko Mamic has confirmed that they are interested in making a move for the youngster and are keen to do a deal with the Reds.
But his agent, Zoran Stojadinovic, has quickly moved to dismiss the notion that his client is set to leave Anfield and said there’s no way he will be making an exit.
“I am surprised, I don’t know why Mamic is talking about Grujic coming to Dinamo.” he said.
“He may as well say ‘we want Messi’! It is simply a waste of words.
“Liverpool do not want to let Marko go anywhere, not even to bigger clubs than Dinamo.
“I spoke to Liverpool about Grujic’s future this winter and asked them about a potential loan deal, with Betis and Hamburg keen to sign him.
“But Liverpool said Klopp counts on him. So there is no reason for Marko to join Dinamo.” he finished.
Grujic has struggled to make much impact in his debut season thanks to injuries.