Premier League giants Liverpool have, late on Friday, announced the latest high-profile addition to the club’s first-team squad.
The player to have taken his talents to Anfield with a view to the coming campaign? Ryan Gravenberch.
The name of midfielder Gravenberch, of course, has taken its place back centre stage in the headlines on the red half of Merseyside over the course of the last 24 hours.
This comes after confirmation was forthcoming that the Liverpool brass had struck an agreement with their counterparts at German champions Bayern Munich, to bring the Dutch international in ahead of tonight’s transfer deadline.
The deal, it is understood, is worth a sum in the region of €40 million, with Gravenberch marking the 4th summer addition to the midfield ranks at Anfield, following deals for all of Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, and Wataru Endo.
As per an official statement across Liverpool’s website and social media platforms:
‘Liverpool FC have completed the signing of midfielder Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich on a long-term contract, subject to a work permit.’
The gifted 21-year-old’s terms on Merseyside are understood to run through the summer of 2028.