Is Ryan Gravenberch’s transfer to Liverpool nearly complete?

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It expected that Liverpool will undertake a rebuild in the summer. After spending the majority of the season outside of the top four in the Premier League standings.

Naby Keita, Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain, and James Milner are all set to have their contracts expire; the former two are more likely to leave Anfield than the latter. Their main business anticipated to be in the middle.

Yet, reports predicted that Liverpool will add at least two key players to the centre of the pitch. Regardless of whether Milner signs a new 12-month contract.

Alternatives explored, while players from Borussia Dortmund and Wolverhampton Wanderers. Matheus Nunes and Jude Bellingham reported to be high on Liverpool’s wishlist.

That includes Gravenberch, who has had a trying first season at Bayern after leaving Ajax. If rumours believed.

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Ryan Gravenberch stats and his potential transfer to Liverpool

In all competitions, the 20-year-old has only been given four starts and 20 substitute appearances. Totaling just 684 minutes of playing time.

Liverpool are prepared to try to take advantage of the circumstance and sign the Dutch international, claims Fichajes.

According to the source, Liverpool and a player who cost £16 million last summer nearing an agreement for a player. He who only had one year left on his Ajax contract.

Despite Gravenberch’s inaction in raising his asking price, Bayern will almost probably want a profit if they are to approve a deal, citing the player’s potential as the main justification.

Although it is not specified whether the shift would be on a permanent or temporary basis, the pertinent parties are reportedly in advanced negotiations ahead of a summer move.

For the balance of the season, Gravenberch will concentrate on making an impression at Bayern, hoping to win more playing time than the 21 minutes he has received since February 18.

On that specific day, he came out of the starting lineup against Monchengladbach when Bayern reduced to 10 men after just eight minutes of play.

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