Report: Which club told Liverpool about their player making £200k a week?

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have reportedly received a boost in their bid to sign Bayern Munich’s Ryan Gravenberch in the summer transfer window.

Accordingly football transfersLiverpool are interested in signing Bayern Munich’s Ryan Gravenberch.

The report claimed that Bayern are indeed ready to sell Gravenberch, but there is no way they will do so until they secure a replacement for the midfielder.

Football Transfers added that “everything could change” if Gravenberch pushes a move from the Bundesliga champions.

Liverpool could sign Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich

In our view, Liverpool could sign Bayern Munich and Dutch midfielder Ryan Gravenberch in the summer transfer window.

According to Football Transfers, “Bayern have emphasized that they will not sell without replacement”.

Ryan Gravenberch
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This suggests that Bayern have at least some willingness to monetize the 21-year-old midfielder should not be satisfied in the Allianz Arena due to a lack of regular playing time.

Because if Bayern would not sell the youngster under any circumstances, they would have clearly expressed this attitude.

So if Liverpool made a big offer at £200,000 a week (The mirror) midfielders, then they could strike a deal.

Yes, Bayern would initially want a replacement, but unless Gravenberch himself is keen on spending another season at the German club, it’s hard to imagine the Bundesliga champions keeping him against his will.

Gravenberch made three starting XI appearances and 21 substitute appearances in the Bundesliga, last season he made two starting XI appearances and four substitute appearances for Bayern in the UEFA Champions League.

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