Let him take his path… Former Dutch midfielder speaks out about Ryan Gravenberch’s career

Let him take his path... Former Dutch midfielder speaks out about Ryan Gravenberch's career Career

After joining Ajax youth in 2010, 21-year-old midfielder Ryan Gravenberch worked his way up through the various categories and earned promotion to the first team in 2019.

With an impressive total of 12 goals and 13 assists in 103 games, he made the step up to Bayern Munich in last summer’s transfer window.

However, he failed to gain the trust of managers Julian Nagelsmann and Thomas Tuchel, as he did not fit in with their tactics.

He eventually made 33 appearances, mostly in the second half of games, and after complaining about his playing time, he moved to Liverpool, where his style of play was more suited to the club.

Former Dutch midfielder Clarence Seedorf, who has won numerous titles at the club level, spoke out against the young midfielder, who has been a starter in the Europa League. He said that he believes in his ability and that a great career awaits him.

“Everybody is unique, Ryan started early, he is one who broke my record at Ajax as the youngest player to make his debut that comes with great responsibility.”

“He’s on the way, I believe in him, I think he can make a great career. Just let him take his path, everyone has their own destiny.”


He joined the club just before the transfer deadline, so his cooperation with the team is still developing.

However, the performance he showed against LASK was enough to raise expectations, and we look forward to seeing him play well at Anfield in the future.