Gravenberch keen to make move to Premier League
Reports in France have claimed that the highly-rated central midfielder wants to cut his time in the Bundesliga short after failing to impress in his first season at Bayern Munich.
Gravenberch arrived at the Bavarian outfit in the summer for a reported fee of over $19.5m but is yet to score for the Bundesliga champions in 18 league appearances this term.
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According to Foot Mercato journalist Santi Aouna, Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag, who worked alongside Gravenberch at Ajax, winning 3 Eredivisie titles together, is believed to be keen to work with his Dutch compatriot again.
This has also alerted the attention of Liverpool and Arsenal who are also set to meet with the 20-year-old. The Dutch international is rumored to be unhappy with a lack of game time at Bayern Munich, who recently replaced their head coach Julian Nagelsmann with former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel. Gravenberch still has over 4 years on his existing contract at Bayern remaining.