Gravenberch reluctant to comment over a potential move to Anfield

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Ryan Gravenberch is reluctant to comment over a potential move to Anfield after speculation over his departure from Bayern Munich.

But Gravenberch couldn’t hold himself from smiling he was quizzed about transfer interest from Liverpool. He remained silent and didn’t comment anything over the transfer speculation.

The 20-year-old emerged as a target for Reds manager Jurgen Klopp, who is planing transform his midfield in 2023/24 season. After opting out of the race for Jude Bellingham, Liverpool are expected to sign number of midfielders in the summer transfer window. And after Bellingham, Gravenberch is on the top of the list at Anfield.

However, Gravenberch was reluctant to comment when he was quizzed on interest from the Reds after Bayern’s exit for Champions League last week.

Reports also suggests that Liverpool have agreed to match midfielder’s current salary at Allianz Arena. But it will be intresting to see how much Bayern Munich will demand to sell the youngster though.

Gravenberch has struggled at Germany since joining and has become frustrated with his lack of game time at Bayern. He will move to Anfield to become a mainstay of their midfield for future.

However, Manchester United are also running for his signature and manager Eric Ten Hag is huge fan of Gravenberch’s ability at the middle of the park.

Ten Hag praised Gravenberch last year

Back in 2022, Eric Ten Hag praised Gravenberch when he told German outlet Sports 1 :-

“Ryan is a very young player, but he has already gained a lot of experience. He has already played over 100 games in the Eredivisie, has played in the Champions League and has been called up for the national team. Despite his young age, he has already experienced a lot and, above all, won titles.

“He’s very important for our team because he’s a box-to-box player. He accelerates out of positional play, does good dribbling, has tremendous passing ability and participates in the build-up play.

“Due to his athleticism and physique, he is also strong in the transition game and can also win the balls. He’s come a long way, but can still learn a lot.”

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