As expected, Bayern Munich has announced the transfer of Ajax Amsterdam midfielder Ryan Gravenberch. The 20-year-old Dutchman signs a five-year contract with the Bavarian club and comes to strengthen Julian Nagelsmann’s squad. more
Gravenbrich, Bavarian to 2027
Bayern Munich have just announced the arrival of Ryan Gravenberch from Ajax Amsterdam for €25 million. The 20-year-old young midfielder has signed a contract until 2027 with the Bavarian club and is strengthening midfielder Julian Nagelsmann. A long-awaited transfer for the German champions, who control one of the greatest hopes of Dutch football.
“Ryan Gravenberch will do a lot for our team. He is one of the greatest talents in Europe. He has excellent technique, always finds solutions in tight spaces. He is very dynamic and can score goals. The fact that he chose Bayern Munich shows his conviction in our team and the opportunities available to him. We really love the players who They have this mentality.”
Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic over Ryan Gravenberch
“I didn’t think twice about it”
Ajax Amsterdam coach Ryan Gravenberch made his debut at the age of 16 with the Dutch side in the 2018/19 season. In 103 matches, the midfielder scored 12 goals, won five Dutch league goals and two Dutch Cups. From now on, Gravenbrich changes his distance and joins one of the best teams in Europe, where he will find references to his position as Leon Goretzka or Joshua Kimmich. When asked about his arrival in Bavaria, the 20-year-old confirmed that he did not think much before making his decision.
“When Bayern arrived, I didn’t think twice about it. Bayern is one of the biggest clubs out there. Players from all over the world want to play in this club. I came to Munich to win many titles, and Bayern is used to winning many titles. Anything is possible. With this club, even winning the Champions League. The union around this team is very strong, and I love it.”
Ryan Gravenburch, the new Bayern Munich player
The Dutch international, who has participated in ten international matches, will find out the requirements of the German and Bavarian leagues. But there is no doubt that Gravenbrich will respond and affirm all the good that the footballing world has in mind. What is certain is that Bayern have hit a blow in this transfer window.