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Ryan Gravenberch explains the reason behind his unique shirt number

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Liverpool’s new signing Ryan Gravenberch explained the reason behind his unique shirt number he continues to wear at Mersyside.

The Dutch midfielder joined Liverpool for fee of £38 million from German outfit Bayern Munich. He joined the likes of Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai and Wataru Endo as Reds make some serious changes in their midfield department.

Since his arrival, Gravenberch has been a favourite among supporters. The 21-year-old has put on some brilliant display in the Premier League and the Europa League.

However, speaking in a interview on Saturday Social, Ryan Gravenberch revealed the reason behind his unique shirt number. He said that it was his first shirt number when break into Ajax first team back in 2018.

While discussing the matter, Gravenberch said :-

“My decision for the 38 was because I made my debut for Ajax wearing it.

“When I went to Bayern [Munich] I also chose it, because it is special to me as I had it for my debut.

“I think I will keep wearing the number 38 for my entire career.”

Gravenberch claims it’s tough to break into new life at Liverpool

Ryan Gravenberch claims it’s quite tough to break into new life at Liverpool after his move from German giants Bayern Munich.

He has impressed Klopp wit his brilliant display since his arrival. But Gravenberch admits that it’s not easy settle into new life at Liverpool.

Speaking in a interview with Saturday Social, Gravenberch admits that he struggling to understand to Klopp’s accent in training. He said :-

“If I’m honest, when they speak sometimes I have to think hard and then I can sort of understand what they’re saying.

“Maybe in a couple of weeks, I can get used to it because it’s tough. My scouse accent is okay, but maybe if I’m here long enough it’ll get better!”

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