Liverpool are reportedly now set to move for Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, with the Reds keeping tabs on the youngster all summer.

According to journalist Christian Falk on the Bayern Insider podcast, Liverpool are now ‘ready to move’ for the 21-year-old talent, who could join after Romeo Lavia’s signature has been secured.

Jurgen Klopp is believed to be a big admirer of Gravenberch having chased the midfielder for the majority of the transfer window, and Liverpool could be primed to move for the Dutch international soon.

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Whilst Lavia remains the Anfield side’s main priority, Liverpool could look to add the Bayern talent as a fourth and likely final midfield signing this summer.

Lauded by Fabrizio Romano as a ‘perfect’ signing for Liverpool this summer, Gravenberch would be another exciting addition to the Reds as well as a youngster who could add a lot to Klopp’s squad.

Known for his versatility and physical stature, Gravenberch could establish himself as quite the force for Liverpool if a deal can be done, and this update suggests that a bid might soon be coming Bayern’s way.

Gravenberch could be Liverpool’s dream midfield signing

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Liverpool have spent well on midfielders this summer with Lavia expected to join the party soon, yet adding Gravenberch could be arguably the Reds’ most exciting addition this window.

The Ajax academy graduate arguably has the biggest ceiling out of most young midfielders in Europe, and under Klopp, Gravenberch could become world-class and a titan in Liverpool’s squad.

Moreover, with Bayern seemingly weakening their stance on Gravenberch, Liverpool could secure the Dutchman’s services on the cheap, a prospect that will please the Anfield board greatly.

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