Ex-Liverpool player claims Gravenberch change is fixed

In recent weeks, rumors have been circulating that Bayern player Ryan Gravenberch is moving to Liverpool. The midfielder is currently unable to assert himself against the strong competition in the Bayern center. Ex-Reds defender Jose Enrique is now confirming this rumour. According to the online portal “Goal”, he is said to have said in a YouTube stream that the change was said to be over. “This is our player, amigo,” he said there. Gravenberch has the same consulting firm as Enrique, with the agency “One”, which Rafaela Pimenta took over after the death of Mino Raiola. The Spaniard also refers to this in the stream. “We met in London not long ago,” the 37-year-old revealed. The video’s host admonished the ex-Liverpool player, saying “Be careful, we’re live.” Gravenberch moved from his training club Ajax Amsterdam to Munich last summer for EUR 18.5 million. In 24 games at Bayern, however, he mostly only made short appearances. A move to Liverpool could give the Dutchman another chance to get more match practice. With the Austrian Konrad Laimer (currently RB Leipzig), another competitor in the midfield could come to Munich in the summer.

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