Man Utd have submitted offer to sign £200,000 a week midfielder – Journalist

Ryan Gravenberch Bayern midfielder

Manchester United have reportedly made a move for Ryan Gravenberch in their attempts to rejuvenate their midfield.

The Netherlands international is keen on leaving Thomas Tuchel’s side after failing to find his footing in Munich following his move from Ajax in the summer of 2022. The Bavarians have so far shown reluctance to let him go and even turned down an approach from AC Milan a few weeks ago.

However, the queue for Gravenberch’s services is getting bigger with every passing day, and United are the latest club to join the race.

Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla indicates in ‘the last few hours’ the Red Devils contacted Bayern and made an offer for Gravenberch.

The Dynamic midfielder, who’s on gross wages of around £200,000 a week before taxes in Munich, has also attracted an offer from Liverpool.

The 21-year-old would like to play under Erik ten Hag, the manager who got the best out of him at Ajax.

However, Pedulla suggests any move could depend on the future of Donny van de Beek or Scott McTominay, as United ideally want to sell at least one midfielder before moving in for a fresh face for their midfield.

This might also be the reason why the Red Devils are yet to submit a bid for Sofyan Amrabat despite being aware of Fiorentina’s valuation and finding a total agreement concerning the Moroccan’s salary. 

It is understood Amrabat has patiently waited for United all summer, having said no to other approaches, but as we enter the dying embers of the summer transfer window, the Morocco international is hoping to wrap up his move swiftly, understandably. 

The English outfit’s purported offer for Gravenberch might worry those who want Amrabat at Old Trafford. However, Pedulla adds that they could sign two midfielders depending on sales.

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  1. There’s an urgent need to sign an additional midfielder otherwise a big crisis is looming at OT.
    ManU players on sale are not sellable and too comfortable with their wages

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