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The Bundesliga star’s agent has been ‘spotted’ at Anfield signifying a possible move to Liverpool.



The Bundesliga star’s agent has been ‘spotted’ at Anfield signifying a possible move to Liverpool.

Ryan Gravenberch’s agent was spotted at Anfield ahead of Liverpool’s standoff against Chelsea on Saturday.

Liverpool currently languish in ninth place in the Premier League, ten points behind Tottenham Hotspur in fourth and around 21 points behind Arsenal at the top.

The Reds, meanwhile, are aiming for a rebuild this summer, with the midfield notably due to be rejuvenated.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have been linked with Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham and Argentine Enzo Fernandez for months, while Chelsea’s Mason Mount has also emerged as a surprise summer target.

However, the Bayern Munich star’s agent Gravenberch was in Liverpool over the weekend and has alerted some Reds fans to the prospect of a move for the Dutch star in this window. Gravenberch to Liverpool

Gravenberch’s agent Rafaela Pimenta posted an Instagram story suggesting she may have visited the Liverpool home.
The agent was photographed outside Anfield on Saturday, just as Liverpool were on the verge of beating Chelsea.

The story was published amid speculation linking his 20-year-old client with a move to Liverpool.

Gravenberch moved from Ajax to Bayern last summer but has since played an average of just 30 minutes of football a game for the Bundesliga giants.

In turn, the midfielder could go on loan for the rest of the season. It remains to be seen why Pimenta attended the Premier League fixture, although it could also have been to facilitate the move for another client, Denzel Dumfries, who has been linked with a move to Chelsea.

In fact, Sky Sports Germany journalist Florian Plettenberg tweeted yesterday morning that Gravenberch won’t be leaving Bayern this winter.

The journalist claimed: “It’s decided and there’s no doubt: [Gravenberch] has to stay at Bayern Munich. No transfer in January.
“They still believe in him at the club. A loan to Liverpool FC or any other club is NOT a problem.”