Bayern Munich currently have no interest in selling Ryan Gravenberch who has attracted interest from both Manchester United and Liverpool.
The Dutch international has been promised more first-team opportunities than he was given last season by head coach Thomas Tuchel, but as reported by Soccer Times, Gravenberch could be available on a season-long loan this month.
Ryan Gravenberch’s Bayern Munich future remains unclear
However, according to Fabrizio Romano, Bayern have not changed their position on Gravenberch throughout the summer regarding a permanent deal after the Red Devils and Jurgen Klopp’s men called the Bavarians for an update on the situation this week.
Manchester United and Liverpool called again this week to be informed about Ryan Gravenberch situation 🔴🇳🇱
Understand Bayern position remains the same as of today — no intention to sell Gravenberch.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 17, 2023
Both clubs are hoping for things to change before the end of the month and a move for Gravenberch will not affect Liverpool’s pursuit of Japanese international midfielder Wataru Endo nor will it affect Manchester United’s hunt for Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat.