Anfield is calling Gravenberch as the Bayern Munich midfielder has fallen out of favor to a great extent. As he has only been given the opportunity to start two matches in the Bundesliga this season.
Journalist Fabrizio Romano suggests that Liverpool is in preparation to pursue the signing of Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch if he becomes available in the upcoming transfer window. Gravenberch, a Netherlands international, joined Bayern Munich last summer and has made 32 appearances in his debut season. However, he has four years left on his contract, he only starts two matches in the Bundesliga. Indicating a potential desire for a transfer that would offer him more regular playing opportunities.
In April, 90min reported that FSG (Fenway Sports Group) and Jurgen Klopp had expressed their interest in receiving updates on the situation of the 21-year-old midfielder. Subsequently, The Mirror claimed that Liverpool’s hierarchy had already held a constructive meeting with the player’s representatives, including his father.
According to Tutto Mercato Web, there have been suggestions that Liverpool has submitted a proposal for the midfielder and is willing to pay €50m (£43m) to secure his services. An update has now been a revelation regarding the stance of both parties involved.
Anfield and its shadow lurking Ryan
According to Fabrizio Romano, speaking to GiveMeSport, Bayern Munich is currently not open to the idea of letting Gravenberch leave. However, if Bayern were to change their stance and decide to put the player on the market for negotiations. Liverpool would be ready to make a move and bring him to the Premier League. Romano mentioned that Liverpool are in interest, but at this stage, Bayern has no intention of initiating talks.
Liverpool is reportedly nearing the signing of Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Alexis Mac Allister. However, Ryan Gravenberch is also a name that features prominently on their shortlist. Suggesting that he could follow in Mac Allister’s footsteps and make a move to Anfield.
Gravenberch, who stands at 6 feet 3 inches, is highly rated as a top talent. As described by football scout Jacek Kulig. He excels in the attacking aspect of his game and has contributed to 69 goals (36 goals and 33 assists) in 220 appearances throughout his career. Furthermore, he ranks in the 96th percentile for shot-creating actions. Making him a significant threat in the final third. Rafael van der Vaart even went as far as stating that Gravenberch is superior to Jude Bellingham “in every way.”
The Amsterdam-born midfielder, who earns a weekly salary of £153,000, possesses the versatility to operate in five different positions. He also brings valuable experience of competing and winning trophies at the highest level. Having already eight titles for both his club and country. This experience would align with the winning mentality already present in Liverpool’s current squad.
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