The Reds are known to be big admirers of the Netherlands international, along with Arsenal and Manchester United.
What are we waiting for???
— Abu El-Giathi (@abue1_) June 23, 2023
Dont want him 🙁 rather have kone and thuram
— DarwinistheGOAT (@PotatoHehe3) June 23, 2023
This lad will be a good addition but the club is waiting for the Thuram deal to break down or become too expensive before we look at his direction.
— ania (@Kulvic) June 23, 2023
He is mid
— Jeann (@_Jeankwesi) June 23, 2023
He can’t get a game for Bayern why is he good enough for us?
— Andy H (@Andrew280964) June 23, 2023
I’d sign. Fsg are brokies tho
— Rnldo (@Pr0o1uct110n5) June 23, 2023
we don’t want him thanks
— We are finished (@horvitzlfc) June 23, 2023
A transfer probably hinges on Gravenberch’s meeting with Tuchel
The Dutchman has been very candid with his comments in public about his need to play regular first-team football.
During his first season at Bayern, Gravenberch had very limited game time and it appears he is not prepared to put up with that again. While his current club want to keep hold of him, there is no doubt that he will ask for a move if he doesn’t get the guarantees he is looking for.
Discussions are likely to be held with manager Thomas Tuchel when the midfielder returns to pre-season so we will find out more then.
Liverpool are considering a number of other options
The Reds have been rather quiet in the transfer market since wrapping up a deal for Alexis Mac Allister, and it does seem as if they are still deciding who they will target next.
Recruiting another midfielder looks almost certain. In addition to Gravenberch, Celta Vigo’s Gabri Veiga, Nice’s Khephren Thuram and Borussia Monchengladbach’s Manu Kone have also been mentioned as potential targets for Jurgen Klopp’s side.