Ryan Gravenberch speaks about his transfer story to Liverpool


Ryan Gravenberch has revealed that it was Jurgen Klopp’s unwavering determination to acquire his services. That persuaded him to leave Bayern Munich and join Liverpool on transfer deadline day.

The Netherlands international, Ryan Gravenberch, has shared that he has endeavored to model his style of play after the legendary Zinedine Zidane of France and Real Madrid. That is since he made his debut with Ajax as a teenager.

Ryan Gravenberch became Liverpool’s fourth and final signing of the summer. That is when he made the move from Bayern Munich for a fee of approximately £40 million on September 1. This marked the culmination of a lengthy pursuit from Liverpool. Thus, completed a midfield rebuilding process that also saw the addition of Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, and Wataru Endo to their squad.

How did Liverpool manage to get Ryan Gravenberch?

Ryan Gravenberch’s transfer to Liverpool occurred on deadline day. However, he had been a long-standing target for the club. Discussions took place between Liverpool and the player’s representatives earlier in the year. But it wasn’t until Bayern Munich finally agreeing to the midfielder leaving. That made the move to Merseyside materialize.

Ryan Gravenberch has provided insight into how Jurgen Klopp’s eagerness to incorporate him into Liverpool’s squad at Anfield conveyed the right timing for him to make the move. This decision came after a year at Bayern Munich during which he had limited opportunities with the first team.

Ryan Gravenberch made his full Premier League debut in Saturday’s 2-0 victory against Everton. He shared that during his youth, he looked up to and admired players like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. However, he explained that since becoming a senior professional, he has attempted to emulate the style of the 1998 World Cup winner Zinedine Zidane on the field.

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