Ryan Gravenberch (21) has again complained about his reserve role at Bayern. At Voetbal International the Dutchman also demanded that he be used regularly in the coming season. He left open a whereabouts in Munich.
Gravenberch explained: “A year of training and playing at the highest level is nice and instructive. Although I also play, it is mainly training. That has to change next season, then I really want to play weekly again.”
Gravenberch is taking on the role of a part-time employee at the German record champions this season. Under Julian Nagelsmann and his successor Thomas Tuchel, he only made two appearances over the full 90 minutes.
Gravenberch has made it clear several times publicly that this is not enough for him. Last fall and a few weeks ago, the central midfielder grumbled about the short playing times.
FC Bayern signed Gravenberch from Ajax Amsterdam last summer for 18.5 million euros. Several clubs, including Liverpool FC and Arsenal FC, are said to be interested in him. Loud The Athletic the 20-year-old can well imagine a transfer to the Reds after initial talks.
The eleven-time national player for the Netherlands is under contract with FCB until 2027. “I haven’t spoken to the club’s management yet, so I’ll wait and see what happens. It’s clear that this role doesn’t meet my expectations,” said Gravenberch, looking ahead to his future.