Liverpool have agreed a £34million cost to indicator Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich, talkSPORT understands.
The Dutch midfielder is predicted to place pen to paper on a five-year offer at Anfield ahead of the transfer window closes on Friday.
Gravenberch experienced presently agreed terms with the Reds and was keen on the shift after failing to settle in Munich.
The 21-year-old joined the Bundesliga giants from Ajax very last summertime in a £16m deal to substantially fanfare, but begun only 6 matches, with his other 28 appearances coming from the bench.
That is unlikely to be the scenario at Liverpool, however, with Jurgen Klopp constructing an substantial midfield overhaul through the summer season transfer window.
Stalwarts Jordan Henderson, Fabinho and James Milner all departed, with Alexis Mac Allister arriving from Brighton, Dominik Szoboszlai from Leipzig, and Wataru Endo from Stuttgart.
Endo is now the team’s only specialised defensive midfielder, but Gravenberch can also fill the purpose, though he is a lot more adapt at participating in an attacking job in the middle of the pitch.
Gravenberch will turn into Liverpool’s fourth signing of the season, with all four arrivals coming in midfield.
The deal could spell bad information for Fulham, though, with Bayern hotly pursuing their star defensive midfielder Joao Palhinha.
talkSPORT understands that Fulham have questioned for £80m for the Portuguese intercontinental right before the shut of the window, amid an strategy from the German side.
Fulham have identified PSV’s Ibrahim Sangare and Monaco’s Youssouf Fofana as likely targets if Palhinha does go away the club.
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