Ryan Gravenberch’s move to Bayern Munich is apparently perfect. Like transfer expert Fabrizio Romano and the Dutch newspaper, among others De Telegraaf report, the German record champions reached an agreement with their Dutch counterpart on the transfer fee for the 20-year-old midfielder.
Accordingly, the Munich pays 19 million euros for Gravenberch, another six million euros can be added through bonus payments. In addition, Ajax allegedly secured a stake in a possible resale of the player. Gravenberch is to receive a contract on Säbener Straße until 2027.
Gravenberch would be the second external signing for Bayern and also the second to come to Munich from Amsterdam. The German champions had previously signed right-back Noussair Mazraoui, but the 24-year-old Moroccan came on a free transfer.
A transfer from Gravenberch had been hinted at for months, and at the recent Ajax championship celebration, a teammate even talked about the change. Gravenberch could take the place of Corentin Tolisso in the Bayern squad, whose contract expires at the end of June.