The leadership of the Merseyside team expressed their desire to recruit Ryan Gravenberch this summer.
According to The Athletic, Liverpool are considering Gravenberch as a top transfer target at the moment. Jurgen Klopp’s army wants to refresh the midfield, which is “old” and no longer maintains stability.
“The Kop” will have to compete with Man United to get the Dutch player’s signature. If accepted to Anfield, Gravenberch is expected to receive a salary of 200,000 pounds/week from the board. This is the club’s fourth highest income, behind Mohamed Salah (£350.00), Virgil van Dijk (£240,000) and Thiago (£225,000).
Ryan Gravenberch only joined Bayern Munich from Ajax Amsterdam last summer for a fee of 18.5 million euros. Since then, the Suriname-born player has often made friends with the bench. The midfielder born in 2002 has only made 22 appearances in the Bundesliga this year and has not created a standout.
On the team level, Gravenberch has worn the “orange tornado” shirt 11 times and scored 1 goal. However, because of his poor performance at Bayern Munich, he was not summoned by coach Van Gaal to the Netherlands team for the last 2022 World Cup.
Gravenberch is only 21 years old and has a long future ahead of it. The investment deal in the future Bayern payroll is seen as a move towards the future of Liverpool’s elite.