Liverpool are interested in signing Bayern’s midfielder Ryan Gravenberch in the summer transfer window.
Reports suggests that Reds have already spoken to player’s agent and also his father as they eye up a potential move for Bayern’s midfielder. Liverpool are ready to offer 20 million for Gravenberch’s services in the summer.
The 20-year-old looked in great shape for Ajax, but he is struggling to find his form after moving to Bayern. However, the Bavarian Giants are now willing to let him go this summer.
According to SkySports, Liverpool are showing interest in Gravenberch and Bayern Munich are prepared to part ways with him for just £20m. The midfielder will also get interest from other clubs in Europe.
However, Reds need urgent reinforcement in midfield this summer, and signing Gravenberch will be a long term solution for the team. Jurgen Klopp can also help him to rediscover his best form at Anfield.
Gravenberch has played just 711 minutes this season spread over 27 apperances. He is looking for more game-time after losing his way under Nagelsmann at Bayern.
However, reports suggest Gravenberch is flattered by Liverpool’s interest. So Reds have now been urged to step up their approach to the next level by opening talks with Bayern.
The midfelder won the prestigious Johan Cruyff award two years ago in Holland. Gravenberch was also called for Holland last year and played 11 times for them.
Liverpool are keeping their eye on Gravenberch as they have ended their long interest in Jude Bellingham. Reds have realised that landing the £130 million plus Dortmund teenager would take up most of Klopp’s summer budget. Due to which , the Dutch midfielder can come as an alternative in the next transfer window.
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