Liverpool could reportedly move for Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, who could still leave the Bundesliga giants this summer.

According to journalist Graeme Bailey, the Dutch international could still be an option for Liverpool as the Reds continue to scour the market for alternatives to Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia.

Gravenberch has been linked with Liverpool for most of the summer, and the midfielder could now be back on the Reds’ radar with the Anfield side searching for depth in the position.

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Lauded by Rafael van der Vaart as a talent who is ‘better than Bellingham’, Gravenberch is in need of a career revival having spent most of last year on Bayern’s bench, and Liverpool could be the answer.

Bailey said: “The one I think to keep an eye on guys, I’ve said this all summer, I think Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich. I think they might even do two, but I think Gravenberch could be one of them.

“He was waiting to see how the season goes with Bayern. I think he wants out. I think he knows there’s a role he can play at Liverpool, so I’d keep an eye on him, I’m still hearing his name quite a lot.”

Gravenberch could need Liverpool more than they need him

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Valued at £43m according to TuttoMercatoWeb, Liverpool have shown already this month they have the funds to bring Gravenberch to Anfield, and the player could jump at the chance.

Having seen his career stall last season at Bayern, Gravenberch could be desperate for change, with the Premier League the ideal destination for the Dutch youngster this summer.

With Liverpool in the market for a midfielder, Gravenberch ticks a lot of boxes for what the Reds need, and a deal could soon materialise if all the stars align.

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