Premier League giants Liverpool are pushing to buy Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch with the player open to a transfer this summer.
The 21-year-old Dutchman only made five starts for the Bavarians in his first season in the Bundesliga and has publically stated his disappointment at a lack of game time.
Bayern Munich youngster looking for a new start
Gravenberch made over 100 appearances for Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag during his time at Ajax and has admitted he remains a fan of the youngster. However, according to the Daily Mirror’s Colin Millar, Jurgen Klopp has been given the green light for a move after Bayern signed another player in Gravenberch’s central midfield position, Konrad Laimer.
The Dutchman is currently away on international duty for Oranje’s under-21 team at the Under-21 European Championships, telling Dutch newspaper De Telegraph about his immediate future, “It may be that there are plans with me. I haven’t really talked to the coach about that yet, that will come after the [Under-21] European Championship when I’m back from Georgia and Romania. Then we will see how it is.”