Euro Paper Talk: Klopp winds back the clock in Liverpool move for £16m Bayern Munich midfielder; Tottenham target free agent centre-back

Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch battling Barcelona forward Ferran Torres

Liverpool are ready to renew their interest in signing a midfielder who is currently struggling for game time at Bayern Munich, while Friday’s Euro Paper Talk claims Tottenham are keen on landing a free agent centre-back from Germany who is also interesting Jurgen Klopp.


Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has reportedly renewed his interest in signing Netherlands midfielder Ryan Gravenberch this summer.

A report from Sport1 claims that the Reds are monitoring the player’s current situation at Bayern Munich.

Liverpool had previously enquired about Gravenberch, although Bayern are not keen on selling the 20-year-old at this stage.

Gravenberch has had less game time than he would have liked during his six months in Munich. And if that continues then there is a chance the player will start considering his future.

The 20-year-old only joined Bayern in the summer from Ajax in an €18.50m deal. However, he has struggled to establish himself behind the likes of Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka in Bayern’s engone room.

The midfielder’s current contract runs until 2027 so Bayern can still demand a hefty fee for his services.

Bayern star struggling to make his mark

Gravenberch did, however, made his first start for Bayern in the league last weekend in their 3-2 loss to Borussia Mönchengladbach. Things did not go well well though and he was subbed off at half-time.

As for Liverpool’s continued midfield hunt, Jude Bellingham remains Klopp’s top target.

However, it looks increasingly likely that the Dortmund and England man is Real Madrid bound.

Klopp is keen to add at least two new players to his midfield this summer, with the likes of Jordan Henderson, James Milner and Thiago all in their 30s.

Another Klopp stalwart, Fabinho, has also been tipped to leave in a major shake-up at Anfield after a hugely disappointing campaign.


Tottenham are ready to ramp up their pursuit of Eintracht Frankfurt centre-back Evan Ndicka, who could be available on a free transfer in the summer but is also a target for Liverpool. (Bild)

RB Leipzig manager Marco Rose says Josko Gvardiol will remain at the Bundesliga club next season. Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham have all been linked with the Croatia international. (Various)

Napoli president Aurelio de Laurentiis says keeping star players Victor Osimhen and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia “won’t be difficult” due to their contracts. (Football Italia)

Romelu Lukaku has ‘no intention of returning’ to Chelsea and wants to remain at Inter Milan. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

Tottenham are reportedly keen to sign Lecce defensive midfielder Morten Hjulmand at the end of the season. (Calciomercato)

Napoli are keeping a close eye on Adama Traore’s contract situation at Wolves, with the winger’s deal coming to an end this summer. (Gazzetta dello Sport)


Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has reportedly been thrown a transfer lifeline by Turkish outfit Fenerbahce. (Various)

Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and manager Jurgen Klopp

Tottenham attacker Lucas Moura has agreed to join Turkish side Fenerbahce and there is a chance could be done this month. (Fanatik)

Chelsea attacking duo Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Christian Pulisic are targeting a way out of Stamford Bridge this summer. (Various)

Phil Neville has admitted that Inter Miami are interested in Lionel Messi and Sergio Busquets. (Various)

Barcelona appear to have agreed to a new contract for one of their veteran stars Sergi Roberto, with a deal set to be signed on Tuesday. (Sport)

Chelsea are close to reaching a verbal agreement with Independiente del Valle to sign 15-year-old Ecuadorian midfielder Kendry Paez. The youngster will be able to join when he turns 18. (Fabrizio Romano)

Former West Ham and Everton forward Enner Valencia is close to joining Brazilian club Internacional from Fenerbahc. The 33-year-old Ecuador international is set to move on a free transfer. (Fabrizio Romano)