Less than a year after joining Bayern Munich, Ryan Gravenberch is considering a move to the English Premier League, according to Fussball Transfers.
Gravenberch’s entourage wants to hold talks with Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool, with the trio all credited with an interest in the midfielder.
All of the aforementioned clubs could undoubtedly do with midfield reinforcements next summer. They have now set their sights on a player with a point to prove following a disastrous debut campaign in Munich.
Gravenberch arrived at the Allianz Arena with plenty of promise following his breakout season at Ajax where he helped the Dutch giants secure a third consecutive league title.
However, he has only made one start in the Bundesliga heading into the final six games of the campaign.
While Gravenberch insists he would rather succeed at Bayern, the 20-year-old is more than open to leaving in search of more playing minutes at such a developmental phase of his career.
“In my career, I’ve actually never had a setback until this season,” Gravenberch told Ajax Showtime (h/t iMiaSanMia).
“I was always a great talent and joined the Ajax first team at a young age.
“For me, this is the only season in which I’m having a hard time and have little time to play.
“I’d prefer to succeed at Bayern but if that doesn’t work out and I don’t get any opportunities, then maybe I should look elsewhere.
“At the moment, however, I am not so concerned with that and I hope that I can change my situation at Bayern by training and playing well.”
Gravenberch was brought on for the final 10 minutes of Bayern’s 1-1 draw against Hoffenheim last time out to take his tally of substitute appearances in the league to 17 this term.
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