Director Thomas Tuchel opened up about Ryan Gravenberch.

It is a promising resource from the Netherlands. Although he is only 20 years old, he has a solid physique of 190 cm. His main position is central midfielder. Despite his large stature, he possesses great speed and agility. He has excellent individual skills and good foot technique, so he has a good ability to release in midfield and powers the attack through passing and off-the-ball movements. These appearances are reflected comprehensively and are evaluated as the second Paul Pogba안전놀이터.

He grew up in the Dutch ‘prestigious’ Ajax. He has grown steadily through his age group and made his adult debut in the 2018-19 season. After that, he gradually expanded his position and leaped to the starting lineup from the 2020-21 season. He scored 5 goals and 6 assists in 47 matches, including cup competitions, and experienced European competitions.

Even in the 2021-22 season, his skills were still there. Afterwards, he attracted interest from Bayern Munich and moved during the summer transfer window. Even if he is a ‘special’ prospect, life in Munich was not easy. He has made 26 matches so far, including cup competitions, but mostly as a substitute. His playing time barely passed 600 minutes, and his offensive points were only 1 goal and 1 assist.

In this situation, transfer rumors arose. The main character was Arsenal. Florian Plettenweg, who is well versed in German news, said on his social media, “It’s Gravenberch news. Arsenal are watching him! “But he can get more playing time at Arsenal. It all depends on Tuchel.”

Transfer rumors of top-notch prospects. Coach Tuchel opened up about Gravenberch after that. There was no transfer rumor or direct mention of the future.

According to British media ‘Football London’, he said: “I keep a close eye on Gravenberch’s quality in training. He is doing well. He is a midfielder who can change direction and dribble. Now is the time to be patient. Competition continues,” he said.

Meanwhile, Gravenberch has spoken out about his situation before. According to ‘Football London’, he told ‘Ajax Showtime’: “I want to succeed in Munich, but if that doesn’t work out, I’ll have to look elsewhere. Of course, I’m not worried at the moment. I want to change,” he said.

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