Liverpool Sign Ryan Gravenberch From Bayern Munich

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Liverpool have signed Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich in another late transfer swoop, MySportDab reports.

Liverpool were strongly linked with a move for Gravenberch despite the latter struggling for a starting berth at Bayern Munich after joining the club last summer from Ajax.

This season, Ryan Gravenberch has continued at the peripheries at Bayern Munich, making only an appearance as a substitute for the club in the 3-1 win over Augsburg.

Thomas Tuchel wanted an exit solution for Ryan Gravenberch as the player wanted more playing time and a return to regular action.

Gravenberch was also open to Bayern Munich exit after his dwindling fortunes at the club shows no sign of abating under Thomas Tuchel.

Before his Bayern Munich nightmare, Ryan Gravenberch was a top and regular starter at his former club Ajax in Dutch league.

In his 103 matches for Ajax, Ryan Gravenberch scored 12 goals for the club and was tipped as one of the most promising box-to-box midfielders in Europe before the switch to Bayern Munich dealt a big blow to his career.

In his debut season in Bundesliga, Ryan Gravenberch made 24 Bundesliga appearances for Bayern Munich with 21 of those appearances being from the bench with only 3 starts.

With the switch to Anfield in the Premier League, the Dutch-born baller will hope to breath back to his career.

Liverpool reach agreement with Bayern Munich for Gravenberch on a deal worth £34.2m with the player set for his medical and signing of contract.

Gravenberch joins Liverpool on a five-year contract till 2028.

He is the Reds’ fourth signing this summer after the club completed deals for Szosboslai, Marc Allister and Endo.

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