Bayern Munich could well allow Ryan Gravenberch to depart this summer and his agency have offered him to AC Milan, a report claims.
According to Christian Falk’s latest update in Fabrizio Romano’s CaughtOffside Substack column, Bayern Munich previously told Gravenberch’s representatives that he has to stay and thus resisted any interest.
However, that was before Hasan Salihamidzic was fired as their director. Now, the plan is that the entire first team squad will report for the start of preseason training on July 13 and they will evaluate everyone.
Now the Bavarian side are ‘open to talks about Gravenberch’ having shut the door before. Head coach Thomas Tuchel might be open to the idea of letting the 21-year-old depart.
Gravenberch was offered to Milan by his entourage, and they are testing the options at the moment. The agency of Noussair Mazraoui are also offering him around, but there is no mention of Milan regarding the full-back.
Tuchel and Bayern want to see who stands out in training but they have to sell players, thus an opportunity could open up for Milan.