Liverpool are apparently working hard to finalise the signing of Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch. After spending much of their season outside the Top 4, the Reds are expected to rebuild their squad in the summers.
The most of their business is thought to be in midfield as most of the current players in the middle have their contract expired this summer. Players like Naby Keita, Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain, and James Milner all set to be released.
Apart, from that Fabinho's form looks uncertain while captain Hendo and Spaniard Thiago are aging. Thus, Liverpool are expected to make at least two significant reinforcements to their midfield.
Moreover, Jude Bellingham and Matheus Nunes are reported to be high on Liverpool's wishlist. According to sources, that list now also includes Gravenberch, who has had a difficult debut season at Bayern after leaving Ajax.
In all competitions, the 20-year-old has received only four starts and 20 substitute appearances, totaling 684 minutes of game action. According to Fichajes, Liverpoolare ready to take advantage of the situation and sign the Dutch international.
According to the source, Liverpool are nearing a deal for a player who cost £16 million last summer due to having only one year left on his Ajax contract.
Despite the fact that Gravenberch has done nothing to raise his asking price, Bayern will almost probably insist on a profit if they agree to a deal, citing the player's potential as the key reason.
The parties involved are thought to be in advanced talks ahead of a summer shift, albeit it is unclear whether it will be permanent or temporary.
Gravenberch will concentrate on impressing at Bayern for the rest of the season, hoping to earn more than the 21 minutes of playing time he has received since February 18.
On that specific occasion, he started the game at Borussia Monchengladbach, only for Bayern to be reduced to ten men after only eight minutes, and his departure came at halftime.
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