AC Milan’s list of potential midfield reinforcements continues to grow as Bayern Munich’s Ryan Gravenberch is now a target, it is claimed.
According to what is being reported by the journalist Alfredo Pedulla, Milan are big admirers of Gravenberch and have made an enquiry about the possibility of signing the 21-year-old this summer.
However, Bayern are resisting Milan’s attempts which makes it a difficult pursuit while the journalist mentions that the track leading to Valencia’s Yunus Musah is a particularly hot one, meaning there is no shortage of alternative options.
Milan are ready to make ‘a big financial sacrifice’ for the former Ajax starlet, who played just 559 minutes in the Bundesliga and 250 minutes in the Champions League last season for the Bavarian club.
He is also of interest to both Liverpool and Newcastle, but Bayern have not given in so far while Newcastle have turned to Sandro Tonali and Liverpool are close to Dominik Szoboszlai.
Gravenberch can play in both a two-man and three-man midfield, and has a valuation of over €35m.