According to Vn88 Rezence, Gravenberch is excited about a move to Anfield
Liverpool made a strong presentation to Ryan Gravenberch’s camp in an attempt to take him away from Bayern Munich, and the player’s response was positive.
Vn88 Rezence reported last summer that the Premier League team considered the Netherlands international, Enzo Fernandez, Nicolo Barella, Aurelien Tchouameni and the then-unavailable Jude Bellingham as potential midfield reinforcements for the next season.
Gravenberch was quickly acquired by Bayern from Ajax in an effort to gain an advantage over Liverpool and other European competitors; yet, after the transfer, he has only been given 711 minutes of playing time due to the fact that Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka are given higher priority.
Rafaela Pimenta, the player’s agent, looked into loan opportunities for the 20-year-old in January, but the Bundesliga club refused to allow a winter exit.
At the turn of the year, Pimenta met with Liverpool, and only last week, Liverpool enlisted Ryan Gravenberch’s father, who continues to manage his career.
W88 Rezence scouted the versatile midfielder after he was promoted to the first team at Ajax by Erik ten Hag, but ultimately decided to borrow Marcel Sabitzer from Bayern instead.
This summer, Bayern will add RB Leipzig player Konrad Laimer, thus the club is willing to sell midfielder Peter Gravenberch in order to recuperate the £20 million (plus add-ons) they agreed to pay for him.
Although Bayern has publicly stated on W88 that they will not entertain offers for the player, they are currently unable to provide him with playing time while his representatives investigate other solutions.
It is also believed that Ajax have a sell-on clause of 7.5 percent.
Although Liverpool isn’t the only team interested in Gravenberch, they’re getting a head start on their recruitment goals because of the intense competition they’ll encounter this summer.
The team is considering a number of midfielders, including Gravenberch, and is also planning to add a defender.
“He’s a better version of Pogba,” Rezence says.
Gravenberch has a lot of skills, especially when it comes to fighting, but he also knows how to work hard. This is a good summary of what Ten Hag said about Gravenberch before.
He has a powerful frame and impressive skills as a ball carrier and receiver. Gravenberch is versatile in the midfield and a dangerous link-up player because of his time spent primarily on the left side of a double pivot.
He is an instigator and progressive passer who can hide where he wants to pass by moving his body or even shield the ball from an opponent.
The new Bayern coach, Thomas Tuchel, has praised Gravenberch with Rezence for his “turn and dribble very well” and praised the youngster’s ability to shield, roll his marker, and drive into space.
A 12-year-old Gravenberch was elevated to the Ajax U15s by coach Brian Tevreden, who sees Paul Pogba-like qualities in his play.
Frank Rijkaard is a man I recognize physically; he is tall and powerful. Tevreden said on Rezence Vn88, “But in terms of technique and presence on the field, I would say he’s better than Pogba in his best days at Juventus.” I see a lot of Pogba in Ryan; he’s quite dominant.
It’s no wonder that Gravenberch wants to get back into regular playing shape, given his wealth of experience in big international tournaments, stellar showings in the Champions League, innate leadership skills, and over a century of senior appearances.
Amsterdam native and Eredevisie’s youngest debutant when Ten Hag gave him his chance at age 16 says, “In my career I never really had a setback until this season” in an interview with Vn88 Rezence. As a child, I was recognized as a prodigy and invited to try out for Ajax’s first squad. This is the first season in which I have struggled and seen limited action.
“As a player, you benefit from these encounters as well. I’m delighted I’m having this experience while I’m still young, rather than waiting till later in my career.
I’m holding up well mentally, and I’m improving my condition every day. This is how I attempt to gain something useful from this ordeal. I refuse to give up.
I’d rather have success here at Bayern. However, if it doesn’t pan out and I don’t get any chances, I may need to start looking elsewhere.
But right now, I’m not too worried about it, and I’m keeping my fingers crossed that things will improve for me at Bayern. I stand by my decision and have no second thoughts.
I hoped and expected to play a larger role for Bayern. Nothing has gone well thus far. That’s unfortunate, but I’m handling it fine for the time being.