The Serbian international has proven himself in the Bundesliga over the past two seasons with solid performances at Hertha.
Grujic’s future remains unclear, with the 24-year-old waiting to hear if Liverpool have any plans for him next season.
Grujic is under contract at Anfield until 2023, but is not sure where he will be playing next season.
He wants continuity and regular game time, which could mean another loan or even permanent move away from Liverpool.
Marco Rose, a friend of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, appreciates Grujic’s qualities and believes he would strengthen Gladbach’s squad.
One problem for Gladbach and other German clubs is Liverpool’s asking price of €20m.
In the current economic climate, that is too much for most Bundesliga teams.
However, Gladbach have a plan to try and convince Liverpool to hand over Grujic.
Gladbach will ask the Premier League side to loan them Grujic for a year with an obligation to buy him for €18m.
For Grujic, a move to Gladbach would be a step up and could mean Champions League football next season.
A win over Grujic’s Hertha on the last day of the Bundesliga season would guarantee Gladbach’s entry into Europe’s top competition.
Milan are not too keen on the idea, but Lazio have an interest in the former Red Star Belgrade man.