Liverpool: Last-minute deal for £35m star now 'possible' at Anfield


Liverpool are long-term admirers of Bayern Munich star Ryan Gravenberch and a late move to Anfield could become a 'possibility' for a key reason, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has exclusively told GIVEMESPORT.

Although Friday's 11pm deadline is fast-approaching, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is still in the market for reinforcements after recouping more than £50million from departures since the window opened for business.

According to MailOnline, Liverpool have successfully agreed personal terms with Gravenberch after it has become clear that he is keen to seal a move away from Bayern.

The report suggests the Merseyside giants have set their sights on wrapping up a £35million deal for the Netherlands international, who is seeking more regular game time after being restricted to just 946 minutes of action since joining the reigning Bundesliga champions from Ajax last year.

Gravenberch was on Klopp's list of potential recruits 12 months ago, before he ended up heading to the Allianz Arena, and Liverpool have entered discussions with Bayern as they look to ascertain whether a deal is possible in the final hours of the window.

It is understood that the central midfielder's preference is to join the Reds rather than other suitors, which includes Manchester United, and a bid is expected to be launched imminently as his valuation has been deemed achievable.

Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth recently told GIVEMESPORT that Bayern's stance has changed as they are now willing to listen to offers for Gravenberch despite initially ruling out sanctioning his departure.

Romano understands that Liverpool are long-term admirers of Gravenberch and, although they wanted to make their move earlier this summer, they have been forced to bide their time.

The Italian journalist believes the Reds could beat arch-rivals Manchester United to the 21-year-old's signature during the final hours of the window if Bayern manage to bring in a replacement.

Romano told GIVEMESPORT: "He is a player that Liverpool already wanted in June. But, in that moment, it was not even possible to speak to Bayern and it was the same in July.

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