Insider: FC Bayern increases offer for Gravenberch
Ryan Gravenberch is considered a candidate for the central midfield at FC Bayern. However, the Munich team is currently still playing for the possible transfer fee with Ajax Amsterdam. Now the German record champion has probably taken another step towards the Dutch.
As “Telegraaf” reporter Mike Verweij reports, FC Bayern has again improved its offer for Ryan Gravenberch.
After Verweij had given specific numbers a few days ago in a similar report, the Ajax insider now has tangible ready: According to this, the Munichers are now ready to put 18 million euros on the table as a base revenue for Gravenberch. Up to five million euros are also possible as bonus payments.
An agreement between Ajax and the Munich is to be within reach. In the event of a resale, the Dutch would, according to the Dutch, receive 7.5 percent of the transfer, which is then called.
It is an open secret that the Bundesliga club deals with an obligation by the 19-year-old. “He is a good player. We are in conversations. A lot has to fit with such a transfer,” said Munich Verweijs director Hasan Salihamidzic last at “Sky90”.
Ajax expert expects switch to FC Bayern
A few days ago, Verweij had already explained in a podcast on “Bild” that he would expect “that an agreement will soon be reached if Bayern improve their offer a little.” This time now seems to come.
A personal agreement with Gravenberch will also be “no problem”. “The player would very much like to play in the Bundesliga,” predicted Verweij: “I think that Gravenberch will ultimately stay at FC Bayern.”
Gravenberch is only under contract with Ajax until 2023, so that the Dutch champion in summer has the last chance of a higher transfer.
The native of Amsterdam has been running for Ajax since 2010, where he went through numerous youth teams. The Oranje Youngster completed 42 competitive games in the current season. Gravenberch is currently laboratories on an ankle injury.