Bayern Munich man agrees personal terms with Liverpool as clubs look to thrash out fee

Liverpool have held provisional talks with Bayern over a permanent transfer for the midfielder.

Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is desperate to bolster the position before the transfer window shuts this week.

They have been interested throughout the summer but have ramped up their efforts ahead of deadline day on Friday at 11pm.

Speculation has been rife over Gravenberch’s future over the transfer window with the Dutchman failing to break into the first team.

The 21-year-old had hotly tipped as one of the best young midfielders in the world when he moved to Bayern in the summer of 2022 but it did not quite work out last season and he was largely reduced to substitute appearances from the bench.

Both Liverpool and Bayern are yet to make an agreement over a fee. Discussions are being held over how much both clubs value Gravenberch before going forward with further negotiations.

If Liverpool deem the fee reasonable, they will go forward with submitting a formal offer.

Manchester United have also been interested in the Netherlands international but are set to go ahead with a move for Sofyan Amrabat instead.

Bayern are also keen on getting a replacement in and Thomas Tuchel is keen to reunite with Chelsea ace Conor Gallagher.


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