Liverpool under the management of Jurgen Klopp is reportedly making significant strides to secure the signature of Ryan Gravenberch. Putting them ahead of Manchester United under Erik ten Hag’s pursuit. The Mirror reports that both Liverpool and Manchester United have expressed interest in acquiring the services of Bayern Munich’s talented midfielder. Ryan Gravenberch, during the upcoming summer transfer window.
In the latest report, it has been asserted that Liverpool is actively pursuing a deal for the highly sought-after £200,000-a-week midfielder. Ryan Gravenberch. Who has expressed his openness to departing Bayern Munich in the summer of 2023. Has captured the attention of both Liverpool and Manchester United. However, The Mirror suggests that Liverpool’s interest in the talented 21-year-old Dutch international is at a more advanced stage compared to Manchester United’s pursuit.
Liverpool and their pursuit of bigger players for the summer transfer window
Liverpool finds themselves in a more urgent situation to bolster their midfield options this summer. Considering the departures of Naby Keita, James Milner, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from the club. On the other hand, Manchester United could certainly benefit from the addition of a player like Ryan Gravenberch. Given his youthful energy, dynamism, and immense potential. Furthermore, it’s worth noting that Gravenberch has prior experience working with Erik ten Hag. The head coach of Manchester United, during their time together at Ajax.
While Manchester United continues to face prolonged takeover complications. Liverpool has demonstrated their proactive approach in the transfer market by swiftly securing the services of Argentina international midfielder Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton and Hove Albion. This indicates Liverpool’s intent to efficiently conclude their transfer dealings ahead of schedule. In contrast, the ongoing takeover issues at Manchester United have created delays and uncertainties, potentially hampering their ability to swiftly secure signings like Liverpool has done with Mac Allister.
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