Ryan GravenBerch by Ajax Amsterdam is currently being linked intensively with FC Bayern. According to Erik Ten Hag, who trains the midfield talent at the Dutch traditional club, a change to Munich would be a good step for the Youngster.
Ryan Gravenberch is one of the biggest talents of Dutch football. No wonder that is increasingly speculated by a transfer of the 19-year-old. FC Bayern currently applies as a hottest candidate to the progeny hopping. According to media reports, the Munich responsible persons have already become imagined at Ajax.
“Ryan is a very young player who has already gained a lot of experience. He has already completed over 100 games in the Eredivisie, has started in the Champions League and was nominated for the national team,” said Amsterdam’s coach Erik Ten Hag at “Ten Hag1 “About Gravenberch.
Despite the rumors about a possible change to FC Bayern, Ten Hag “still hopes that he stays with us for a season.”
When asked if a commitment in Munich would be a good step, the Ajax coach answered, “Definitely! On him would certainly come a hard piece of work because of the Bayern there is a lot of competition. But he is like that Type that needs challenges. He can adapt to such a high quality as with Bavaria with certainty. “
ten HAG received no inquiry from FC Bayern
Ten HAG knows the German record champion only too well. Between 2013 and 2015, the 52-year-old supervised the second team of Bayern before returning to the Eredivisie.
In the fall of 2019, Ten Hag in Munich was traded as successor to the previously dismissed Niko Kovac. “It’s nice if your name is associated with Bavaria,” the Dutch looked at the then rumors: “But there was never an official request.”