Mercato: The Gravenberch clan tackles PSG and its way of recruiting

Placed in the sights of PSG for a time, Ryan Gravenberch will engage with Bayern Munich shortly. In an interview with Telegraaf, the father of the former midfielder of Ajax Amsterdam slipped a tackle on the ways of recruiting PSG, Manchester City or Real Madrid.

At 20, Ryan Gravenberch has just made the leap to a (very) big European club by delighting Bayern Munich. In the pipes for several weeks, the transfer of the Dutchman to Bavaria was formalized on Monday, as expected. Placed in the sights of the biggest European teams, the midfielder of Ajax Amsterdam finally decided to join the Bavarian club which met the hand of one of the players designated among the most promising in his position. Last year, the young talent of the 2002 generation had been the subject of some rumors concerning an interest from PSG in his alleged and we understand better why it did not go further.

“They buy fifteen players when they already have a squad of forty”

In an interview with Telegraaf, the father of the Ajacid midfielder returned to the choice of Bayern for his protege and indulged in some criticism concerning the way PSG, Manchester City or Real Madrid operated on the market. transfers: “If you look at PSG, Manchester City or Real Madrid, they are buying fifteen players when they already have a squad of forty names. They just look at those who stand out. And for others, it’s a shame. Bayern make a maximum of three, four, five target purchases. Guys they really invest in. This clearly played a part in Ryan’s choice. »

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