Bayern Munich will not listen to offers for Ryan Gravenberch

Reports emerged this week that Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch was facing an uncertain future, but the Bundesliga giants won’t be listening to any offers for the player this summer.

The 20-year-old has played just 711 minutes for Bayern Munich since his move from Ajax last summer and you could understand why he wouldn’t be happy with his playing time to date.

Marcel Sabitzer left Bayern Munich on loan in January for more playing time and appears to be enjoying himself in Manchester as a result. Maybe the word will soon get across to Gravenberch, who knows a thing or two about playing under Erik ten Hag from his time in Amsterdam.

According to Sky Germany’s Florian Plettenberg, Arsenal and Liverpool are the two English clubs chasing Gravenberch, but another report named United.

Plettenberg claims Bayern Munich will not listen to offers for the midfielder either way and they are not expected to have the same stance over Sabitzer.

United need more quality in midfield this summer, but it doesn’t look like Gravenberch will get the chance to join the Premier League anytime soon, even though there’s no shortage of interest.

With four years left on his current deal, it would cost a mammoth fee to take Gravenberch away from Bavaria!

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