Around Ryan Gravenberch from FC Bayern, a transfer reversal is probably in the offing. The bosses of the German record champions are said to put a stop to a possible move to England.
As “Sky” reports, FC Bayern will not let Gravenberch go in the summer, the Dutchman is “not for sale”, it is said.
“Yes, he is unhappy with his situation and Arsenal and Liverpool are interested in him,” said reporter Florian Plettenberg, but made it clear: “The player is definitely NOT for sale in the summer – the bosses and Thomas Tuchel have confirmed that. All of them believe in him. Bayern will not listen to offers for Gravenberch.”
On Monday, the “fussballtransfers.com” portal reported that Gravenberch’s management wants to meet with representatives of Liverpool FC, Arsenal FC and Manchester United this week to explore a change in the summer.
Gravenberch only switched from Ajax Amsterdam to FC Bayern in the summer for 18.5 million euros. The 20-year-old signed a contract with Munich until 2027.
The midfielder hardly gets a chance with the German record champions. There are only 18 Bundesliga appearances this season, first of all he should play from the start, he has not been on the pitch for more than 90 minutes.
That’s what Tuchel says to Gravenberch
Recently, Tuchel did not give his protégé great hopes for more playing times in the near future.
“Now it’s about being patient and impatient at the same time in this short window of time,” emphasized the coach and explained: “He has to patiently acknowledge that now is not the time for major personnel changes in our team. But he has to also in every single training session so that we can no longer get past him.”
Meanwhile, Gravenberch made no secret of his thoughts about changing. “Ideally, I would like to be successful at Bayern. But if that doesn’t work and I don’t get a chance, then I might have to look around,” said the Oranje professional to the Dutch portal “Ajax Showtime”.