Liverpool midfielder Ryan Gravenberch has no intention of leaving…Interest from Turkish club

Liverpool midfielder Ryan Gravenberch has no intention of leaving...Interest from Turkish club Transfers

Liverpool sought to revamp their midfield squad during last summer’s transfer window. The last piece of the puzzle, acquired just in time for the deadline, was Dutch U-21 midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, who had struggled for playing time at Bayern Munich.

Compared to the other new signings, he was slower to adapt to English football. He was unable to join the regular competition and continued to be a rotational player, but he scored his first Premier League goal against Fulham in his recent start, and continued his good form against West Ham.

He has returned to performances towards the end of the season, and there were reports that Galatasaray were interested in acquiring the player. However, according to German Sky Sport Germany’s Florian Plettenberg, the Dutch midfielder is not influenced by interest from Turkey.

“Ryan Gravenberch currently has no intention of leaving Liverpool in the summer.”

“A move to Turkey is not planned. He feels comfortable at Liverpool and wants to prove himself under the new coach in the upcoming season.”

“Contract valid until 2028. 4 goals and 2 assists this season in 35 appearances.”

He is only 22 years old this May, and this is his first time in the Premier League. Jurgen Klopp, who was keen to acquire him, is gone, but will be replaced by a manager also from Holland. The idea of leaving at this time should not occur to him.

He will continue to fight in England next season, vowing to secure regular.