Werder Bremen boss Florian Kohfeldt has not ruled out the possibility of his side rekindling their interest in the highly-rated Liverpool loanee Marko Grujic.

Marko has been on loan at Hertha Berlin since last season and the German club extended his stay by one more year on another loan deal last summer.

There were several other teams who were interested in the star, but the Serbian midfielder preferred to continue at Olympiastadion Berlin over moving to any other team on loan.

Werder Bremen were very interested in signing the former Red Star Belgrade ace, but they ultimately lost out to their fellow German outfit.

Florian admits that Werder Bremen could revive their interest in Grujic in the future but for the moment it’s not something they are thinking about.

Die Werderaner chief indicated that he expects the youngster to potentially head back to parent club Reds at the end of the season.

“You cannot rule anything out. But that would be pure speculation to think about,” Florian Kohfeldt said in a press conference when asked about Marko.

“He is a very good player, but he is now a Hertha player and possibly a Liverpool player in the summer. This is not an issue for us now.”

The Serbian has started all seven Bundesliga matches for Hertha Berlin this season and has also scored two goals and grabbed one assist in the process.