Journalist Christian Falk suggests that Bayern Munich are now ready to offload Dutch midfielder Ryan Gravenberch as Liverpool now in prime position to sign him.
Speaking on Daily Briefing, Falks claims that the German Giants are willing to sell him after a long battle to keep him at the club. Primarily, Bayern were adamant about keeping Gravenberch at the Allianz Arena for future.
Hence after a long battle, Liverpool now in prime sign Gravenberch this summer. Reds have been long linked with midfelder since the start of the summer transfer window.
Bayern might have agreed to sell him but that’s happening without their will. Gravenberch demands regular game-time or else he’ll leave for another club.
The 21-year-old played less than 1,000 minutes for the German outfit last season. Bayern signed Gravenberch last summer from Ajax FC.
Journalist Christian Falk now suggest that Bayern are willing to let him go. He said :-
“I know for sure that Jurgen Klopp is very, very interested in Ryan Gravenberch, and now the situation has changed.
“Gravenberch has permission from Thomas Tuchel to leave Bayern Munich because Tuchel’s idea is that, if they sell him (and Liverpool have signalled that they could pay £20m), Tuchel would get funds perhaps to fund a new No.6. The board had said no to his request, but if there’s money coming in from the potential sale of Gravenberch, he could try to get a holding midfielder for the squad.
“I think Gravenberch is open to both clubs, Liverpool and Manchester United. He’s very interested in the Premier League.
“I think Klopp is a very good guy to pursue people, so, at the moment, I would see Liverpool being at the front in this race.
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