Liverpool target Ryan Gravenberch has admitted he’s got no idea if he’ll be on the move in the final days of the transfer window.
The Dutchman has been heavily linked with an exit from Bayern Munich throughout the summer. Right up until the last few days, Liverpool are said to be one of the sides right in the mix for him.
So far, the word has been that Bayern are determined not to sell Gravenberch. But in quotes from journalist Christian Falk on Twitter, the player himself still doesn’t know what’s going to happen.
“I don‘t know what will happen in the next days,” Falk reports the 21-year-old as saying.
With just four days left in which for something to materialise, we’ll soon find out, Ryan.
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Gravenberch future still unclear
As if to underline his point, Gravenberch was once again frustrated with a spot on the bench for Bayern’s game yesterday.
Having played just nine minutes – his first action of the season – the Netherlands international is clearly not really in coach Thomas Tuchel’s plans.
As a result, the links with a move away – and to Liverpool in particular – have kept on coming.
Manchester United have also been credited with a strong interest in Gravenberch. But heading into the last four days of the window, the Reds seem to be the favourites to land him.
Whether they do or not is set to depend almost completely on Bayern.
Having paid just £20m for Gravenberch and rarely used him, they could stand to make a bit of a profit on him. Surely that would be the best scenario for everyone here.
If the German champions are to take the decision to sell Gravenberch though, it seems as though it’ll be a very late one. Liverpool, by all accounts, will hold their interest right up until the deadline.