Manchester United and Liverpool are in the battle to sign Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich but the Merseysiders are leading the race at the moment.
More recently, Christian Falk, who is Head of Football for Bild, has claimed that Gravenberch is open to joining both Manchester United and Liverpool.
He is interested in moving to the Premier League, wants to leave Bayern and will opt for the club that will offer him the chance to feature regularly. The German journalist stated the Anfield club are in the driving seat for now.
“I think Gravenberch is open to both clubs, Liverpool and Manchester United. He’s very interested in the Premier League.”
“He will choose the club that shows him he’ll get playing time. I think Klopp is a very good guy to pursue people, so, at the moment, I would see Liverpool being at the front in this race.”
The 21-year-old midfielder, who earns around £200,000 a week before tax, only started six games in all competitions last season.
In the current campaign, so far, Bayern have played two games and the Dutch international has not even featured for a minute. It is likely he will continue to warm the bench if he stays with the Bavarians.
So, a transfer is the best solution. In your view, should Man Utd splash the cash to reunite Gravenberch with Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford?