Manchester United are being linked with a move for Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch.

Ryan Gravenberch has told Bayern Munich he wants to leave the club before the end of the transfer window, 90 Min report.

Gravenberch is a transfer target for Manchester United, with the Netherlands international previously working under Erik ten Hag.

The Mirror and De Telegraaf report United have made an approach to Gravenberch, while Liverpool are also interested.

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Ryan Gravenberch could sign for Manchester United

Manchester United are reported to be looking at the possibility of signing Gravenberch on loan, while Bayern would prefer a permanent sale, if he leaves.

The midfielder is keen to leave Bayern after failing to establish himself as a regular first team starter.

Gravenberch worked under Erik ten Hag at Ajax, and last week, Foot Mercato reported that the Dutch ace would prefer a move to Manchester United than Liverpool.

It may simply come down to which club make Bayern Munich the better offer.

United move could impact City

Manchester United moving for Ryan Gravenberch could have a knock-on impact at Manchester City.

90 Min report Bayern have their sights set on Kalvin Phillips as a potential replacement. Similar to Gravenberch, he has struggled for game time since his big summer 2022 move.

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