Groningen trial for Adorjan

FC Groningen have announced that Liverpool youngster Krisztian Adorjan is to spend a week on trial with the Eredivisie club.

Last Updated: 06/07/13 at 20:40 Post Comment

Krisztian Adorjan: Given the chance to impress FC Groningen on trial

Krisztian Adorjan: Given the chance to impress FC Groningen on trial

The Hungarian midfielder has been at Anfield since making the move from MTK Budapest in 2009 but has yet to make his first-team debut for the Reds.

He is still only 20 and is regarded as an exciting prospect for the future, having scored 12 goals in 31 games for Liverpool's Under 21 side last season.

Adorjan has now been given the opportunity to impress Groningen and will train with the Dutch club over the next few days.

It is not known whether Groningen, who came seventh in the Eredivisie last season, are interested in taking Adorjan on a loan deal or permanently.

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