Ryan Gravenberch has so far not gotten beyond the role of noble joker in his first season at FC Bayern. Should the Dutchman aim to leave Munich, there would be no shortage of interested parties. Now another club is said to have joined.
In the past few days, there has already been intensive reporting on the English Premier League’s interest in the 20-year-old. In addition to Liverpool FC, the current table leaders and championship contenders FC Arsenal are said to be hot for Gravenberch, who only switched to the German record champions last summer.
As stated in a report by the “fussballtransfers” portal, there is another well-known interested party on the island.
Gravenberch should also be on the list at Manchester United. The main reason for the English record champions’ alleged efforts to transfer the midfielder to Manchester is said to be team manager Erik ten Hag.
He already coached Gravenberch at Ajax Amsterdam. During this time, Gravenberch, who was born in Amsterdam, made the leap to becoming a professional and a national player as a homegrown player, and is said to have got on very well with his then head coach, ten Hag.
Ryan Gravenberch only made four starts for FC Bayern
It is still unclear whether ManUnited or one of the other two England representatives will actually get serious about Gravenberch.
The fact is that the youngster is anything but satisfied with his meager playing times. Although FC Bayern has played 26 games this season across all competitions, Gravenberch was only in the starting line-up four times.
His contract with the German industry leader runs long-term until 2027, so a loan deal is also considered a realistic option for the club and the players.