Bayern Munich could reportedly be forced to sell Ryan Gravenberch to offset the signing of Harry Kane, with Liverpool interested in the midfielder.

According to the Daily Mail, the Bundesliga giants are under pressure to recoup some funds having signed Kane for a reported £100m earlier this month, with Gravenberch a candidate to be sold.

As per the report, Liverpool are interested in the Dutch international and could soon make a renewed attempt to sign the 21-year-old, who is keen on a move to Anfield.

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Praised by journalists as a ‘phenomenal’ player, Gravenberch is regarded as one of the most exciting youngsters in all of Europe, and Liverpool could now be the side who claims the midfielder’s signature.

And this update could be the catalyst that secures Gravenberch’s move to Merseyside, with Liverpool likely to make a move for the 21-year-old before the closure of the window.

Indeed, Liverpool have ramped up efforts massively this week to bring in new midfielders, and Gravenberch could be the most exciting of the bunch if a deal can be reached.

Gravenberch could become a superstar for Liverpool

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Gravenberch’s potential seemingly knows no bounds, with the midfielder one of the most exciting prospects in Europe and a player who can become a superstar at Liverpool.

Under Jurgen Klopp, Gravenberch has the potential to fulfill his destiny and transform into a powerhouse of a midfielder whilst wearing the famous red kits of Liverpool.

Such a prospect alone should be enough for the Reds to move for Gravenberch, who by all accounts is keen on a move to Liverpool this window.

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