Liverpool legend and Netherlands midfielder Bolo Zenden has commented on Ryan Gravenberch’s current scenario. He has suggested to the youngster regarding his future at the national team and club. The 21 years old Dutch youngster has 11 caps for the national team.After a not so good season with Bayern Munich, he’s stuck between the decision to play for the club or the country. Moreover, Gravenberch rejected the U21 Netherlands call up. The U21 coach, Michael Reizger was definitely not happy with the youngster’s decision. In addition to that, it has also been reported that Ronald Koeman is also not happy with the Reds midfielder’s decision.
Furthermore, in the latest squad announcement of the Netherlands, Gravenberch was not included in the squad by Ronald Koeman. It was quite understandable that the manager was upset that the youngster chose club over country. This is something that Gravenberch would want to fix as soon as possible. This would help him earn his place in the senior national team.
What is it that the Liverpool legend suggests?
Although Gravenberch couldn’t make it to the national team this time, his nation’s and club’s legen, Bolo Zenden has an advice for him. The legend believes that the youngster should not worry about the national team call up. He should rather focus on improving his performance at Liverpool. That will earn him a national team call up in the future for sure.
As per anfieldwatch, Zenden has the following advice for Ryan Gravenberch –
“I think he should focus on improving his performance at the club. That would fetch him the international duty in the future. He’s arrived from Germany after an average season, if he can be an important part of the Liverpool team, he’s going to make it to the national team as well.” – Bolo Zenden said.
After rejecting the U21 call up, Gravenberch has raised problems for himself. But his consistent performance for the Reds is a clear indication of his plans to focus on improving his performance. He’s surely going to shine for the national team in the coming time.
For more football updates, follow us on Twitter.