BREAKING: Liverpool have seen their package for Ryan Gravenberch rejected; But how much did the Reds bid?


Liverpool have had a bid rejected by Bayern Munich for Ryan Gravenberch

  • Liverpool's attempt to sign Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich has hit the mud

Ryan Gravenberch Liverpool transfer

Liverpool's attempt to sign Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich has hit a roadblock, with the German club rejecting the Reds's bid of €48 million. Liverpool's interest in the Dutch midfielder was first reported by the Daily Mirror, with reports suggesting that the Merseyside club and Manchester United were in a tug-of-war for the midfielder's signature. Despite Liverpool's concrete interest in Gravenberch, Bayern Munich now seems to have no plans to move on from the player.

Gravenberch, who joined Bayern Munich last summer for €18.5 million, has struggled to make an impact at the German club and has fallen down the pecking order at the Allianz Arena. However, the Dutch's potential and performance at Ajax still got the eye of top European clubs, including Liverpool.

Liverpool's interest in Gravenberch is reportedly concrete, with the club holding "positive" personal talks with the midfielder. 

The Reds' next move for the deal is yet unborn. However, with the rejection of their initial bid, the Merseysiders may need to reassess their transfer plans and consider other options. Regardless, Gravenberch's potential and talent make him an attractive target, and the club may continue to pursue the midfielder before the end of the transfer window.

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