Liverpool are looking to snap up Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, according to reports in the Spanish media.
The Dutchman only joined the Bundesliga champions last summer for an initial €18m but he has struggled to establish himself at the Allianz Arena, having started just four matches in all competitions.
Some fans on Twitter believe Gravenberch would be an excellent addition, while others doubt that Bayern would agree to offload the 20-year-old just twelve months after signing him:
Hope this is true, he will cook for us
— Ashvin (@gotta__chill) March 17, 2023
— Darwizzy 🐐🐐 (@Darwin_LFC_) March 17, 2023
Please let this be true
— Haks (@DVS_24) March 17, 2023
They won’t sell him
— Nimal (@nimaljoby) March 17, 2023
Gravenberch the wonderkid to replace Fabinho
— San siro (@San64270178San) March 17, 2023
Bayern won’t let a 19 year go just like that…
— TRENCHES🇨🇦 (@white_charcoal5) March 17, 2023
I will take him
— Maccan (@Maccan422) March 17, 2023
So Liverpool are going to buy a player that can’t get into the Bayern side. Yup, that will solve the midfield problem. Going backwards and downwards rapidly.
— Adrian Perry (@montyman42) March 17, 2023
he’d be amazing tbh. real talent
— stu (@R_Stuckee) March 17, 2023
Gravenberch is a fully-fledged international, having been capped 11 times by the Netherlands despite only being 20 years of age, and a future transfer may depend on how patient he is willing to be.
The midfielder is unlikely to be too happy about his current level of game time and, if Liverpool were to make a move ahead of the summer, he may well be tempted by the greater playing opportunities he would get at Anfield.