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Transfer of Bayern star to Liverpool should be fixed



Transfer of Bayern star to Liverpool should be fixed

Ryan Gravenberch’s Liverpool move speculation has been fueled by a former Reds player.

Ryan Gravenberch’s transfer to Liverpool in the summer is said to be complete. At least that’s what ex-Reds defender José Enrique claims. According to his statement, the Bayern midfielder should switch to Anfield Road next season. There is no official confirmation of this.

Enrique, who played for Liverpool from 2011 to 2016, said of Gravenberch in a live stream on his new YouTube channel: “This is our player, amigo. He has given his vows.” He continued: “He has the same agent as me, Team Raiola. We met in London not long ago. This is our player.”

The host of the 50-minute stream, dubbed “trying if it works,” then interrupted Enrique and said, “Be careful, you’re live right now.”

Rumors of Liverpool interest in Gravenberch first surfaced in January. The Reds are looking for new teammates for the headquarters and are said to have felt at Gravenberch in the process.

The Dutch international is currently not the first choice in Munich. Last fall, he repeatedly publicly expressed dissatisfaction with his role as a part-time employee under Julian Nagelsmann.

Gravenberch comes from the youth team of Ajax Amsterdam. There he was always considered a great talent and made the leap to the professional squad in 2019. Last summer he moved to Bayern Munich for a fee of 18.5 million euros. He is still under contract there until 2026.

Gravenberch has played 24 games for Bayern this season, but only two of them over the full 90 minutes. The 20-year-old collected two points (one goal, one assist).