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  • Nasima Akter

Liverpool Cools Interest in Gravenberch

Liverpool Cools Interest in Gravenberch

Liverpool's pursuit of Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch has reportedly diminished, dealing a significant setback to the German champions' hopes of securing additional funds for their bid to sign Harry Kane.

According to Florian Patterson, a reliable transfer expert at Sky Sports, the Reds have withdrawn from the race to acquire the talented Dutchman and have shifted their focus to securing Romeo Lavia instead. However, it is claimed that Liverpool is not actively seeking to sign another midfielder until they offload one of their current players in the center of the pitch.

Liverpool has been active in the transfer market recently, finalizing the signings of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai. With these additions, the club now has a surplus of options in midfield for the upcoming season. In addition to the new recruits, players such as Jordan Henderson, Fabinho, Thiago, Stefan Bajcetic, Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliott, and Trent Alexander-Arnold will all be competing for spots in the starting lineup.

One of the factors contributing to Liverpool's reduced interest in Lavia is the reported £50 million price tag. The club is hesitant to pay such a significant amount for a 19-year-old player who has only experienced one season of top-flight football so far. Bayern Munich, on the other hand, is looking to offload several players as they continue their pursuit of Harry Kane, with Gravenberch believed to be one of the potential departures.

However, the 21-year-old midfielder remains under the impression that he will stay at the club for the upcoming season. In an interview with Algemeen Dagblad, Gravenberch expressed his belief that he is part of one of the world's top three clubs and reiterated his determination to succeed at Bayern.

While Tottenham Hotspur Chairman Daniel Levy has made it difficult for Kane to secure a move away from the club, reports suggest that there is a "gentleman's agreement" between Levy and the player, allowing him to leave for a club outside of England. However, this agreement is contingent on meeting Tottenham's £100 million valuation of Kane, a considerable sum for a player with only one year remaining on his contract. Despite the challenges, Bayern Munich has not given up hope and continues to monitor Kane as their top target.

In conclusion, Liverpool's interest in Ryan Gravenberch has diminished, leading them to shift their attention to other targets like Romeo Lavia. The club's recent signings and the abundance of midfield options have influenced this decision. Meanwhile, Bayern Munich is eager to secure additional funds for their pursuit of Harry Kane and is considering offloading players, including Gravenberch. The situation surrounding Kane's potential departure from Tottenham Hotspur remains complex, but Bayern is closely monitoring the developments.


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