Ryan Gravenberch is reportedly keen to leave Bayern Munich this summer amid growing interest from the likes of Liverpool in the Netherlands international.
According to Goal, the ‘world-class’ 20-year-old is being shopped around by his agent in an attempt to find a potential buyer ahead of the summer window, with the report stating that Liverpool could sign Gravenberch as an alternative to Jude Bellingham.
Gravenberch has spent just one year in Germany having signed for Bayern from Ajax in a £20m deal. However, despite his obvious qualities and potential, the midfielder has yet to leave his mark on the senior team. And as a result, the youngster is set to depart Bavaria this summer.
Although Gravenberch’s time a Bayern can be deemed a failure, the likes of Liverpool won’t be complaining one bit if the Dutchman was to leave this summer, with the Reds seemingly keen on hashing out a deal with the Bundesliga leaders over a transfer.
Indeed, this latest update is another huge boost for Liverpool in their quest to sign Gravenberch, with the midfielder’s intention to leave Bayern something that could play greatly into the Reds’ arms amid their summer goal to overhaul their squad.
Liverpool must pounce should Gravenberch leave Bayern
Liverpool have moved on quick from Bellingham by setting their stool out early for Gravenberch, who could now leave Bayern following on from this latest report. And for the Reds, they must ensure they are off the mark quickly to land the Netherlands international.
Despite a year to forget in Germany, Gravenberch is still one of the best prospects in European football, and a move to Liverpool being coached by Jurgen Klopp could be a fantastic move for the 20-year-old, who could soon become a regular in a Premier League midfield.