Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch has hinted at a potential move this summer, after claims Liverpool want to sign him.
Speaking in an interview with Voetbal International, the 20-year-old expressed his disappointment with the lack of game time he’s received since joining the German giants, and suggested something needs to be done to resolve the situation.
“In the beginning, of course, I had to get used to it here. A new environment,” said Gravenberch.
“Everything goes so much faster, sometimes training sessions just felt like competitions. But I feel that getting used to it has been behind me for a while now.”
He added: “Training and playing at the top level for a year is beautiful and instructive. Although playing, it is mainly training.
“That has to change next season, then I really want to play weekly again. I haven’t spoken to the club management yet, so just wait and see what happens. But it is clear that this role does not match my expectations.”
According to GOAL, the Dutchman is being shopped around by his agent, and it is claimed that Liverpool could sign him as an alternative to Jude Bellingham.
Gravenberch hints at Bayern exit
Having secured his dream move from Ajax to Bayern last summer for £20m, Gravenberch was tipped for big things at one of Europe’s biggest clubs.
However, things haven’t gone the way he would have hoped for.
Although he has made 19 Bundesliga appearances to date, only a single one of these has come from the starting XI.
As a result, the Netherlands international seemingly hopes to explore his options elsewhere, with Jurgen Klopp keen to bring him to Anfield this summer.
With his current options in midfield, Gravenberch would receive regular game time at the Reds, so perhaps he’s already considering a move ahead of the transfer window.
He would certainly be a welcome signing amongst Liverpool fans.