are in talks with Ryan Gravenberch.
Liverpool are going through a tough time this season. Even before the start of the season, they were considered strong league favorites along with Manchester City, but the reality is cold. They are in 8th place with just 47 points from 30 league matches. The championship has already passed, and even the 4th place is unlikely.
Realistically, Liverpool should look to next season. To do so, it is necessary to reinforce the areas pointed out as weaknesses. His positions are centre-back, full-back and central midfielder.토토사이트
Especially in the central midfield, there was a consistently relevant resource. The main character is Jude Bellingham. Bellingham, who developed into one of the best midfielders in the world at the age of 19, has been associated with Liverpool since last summer. However, Liverpool recently gave up on his signing. This is because it was judged that it was right to reinforce several positions evenly rather than investing an astronomical amount in one Bellingham.
Liverpool quickly found a replacement. Gravenberch from Bayern Munich. He is a versatile resource enough to be called the second Pogba, but he is going through a difficult time in Munich this season. He played 27 matches, including the cup competition, but the playing time barely exceeded 600 minutes, and the attack points were only 1 goal and 1 assist.
In this situation, Arsenal transfer rumors have recently been raised. Florian Plettenweg, who is well versed in German news, said on his social media, “It’s Gravenberch news. Arsenal are watching him! “But he can get more playing time at Arsenal. It all depends on Tuchel.”
Liverpool as well as Arsenal are watching him closely. Negotiations are also said to be making rapid progress. The Times’ Nonathan Northcroft said Liverpool had met with Gravenberch’s spokesperson and further aroused interest. Also, according to the British media ‘Mirror’, Gravenberch has told Liverpool executives he is willing to leave Munich, and his father and agent are said to be urging direct talks between Liverpool and Munich.
Salary was not an issue. According to the British media ‘Liverpool Echo’, Gravenberch is receiving £100,000 after tax (about 163.78 million won) in Munich, and Liverpool is known to be showing a position that there is no problem in matching this level.