MANCHESTER UNITED are interested in a loan move for Ryan Gravenberch, according to reports.
And United academy product Scott McTominay could head the other way in a sensational loan swap – according to Bild's Christian Falk.
Gravenberch, 21, looks set to leave Bayern after falling down the pecking order at the club.
The midfielder was usually called upon from the bench by manager Thomas Tuchel last season, and that continued today during Bayern's 3-1 win over Augsburg.
Gravenberch came on in the 81st minute of a game that saw Bayern new boy Harry Kane continue his excellent start in Bavaria by scoring two goals.
After the match however, he poured doubt over his future in a Bayern shirt, saying: "I don‘t know what will happen in the next days," when asked about his future by Bild.
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Gravenberch is also attracting interest from Liverpool with the Merseyside club keen to reinforce their midfield options.
While Liverpool have already utilised the Bundesliga to reinforce their midfield with the signing of Stuttgart midfielder Wataru Endo, they are understood to still be interested in bolstering their midfield.
Reports this month suggested that Liverpool sent two officials to Munich to lay the groundwork on a potential deal for the young Dutchman.
United meanwhile have been tracking Gravenberch for the majority of this transfer window in order to add some much needed balance to a midfield of Bruno Fernandes, Casemiro and Mason Mount that has thus far failed to click.
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It's understood that the Red Devils are weighting up their options between the Dutchman and Fiorentina captain Sofyan Amrabat.
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Amrabat was left out of Fiorentina's squad against Lecce this weekend but the Italian club's sporting director last week said so far no bid has been received from United.
It is understood that Mason Greenwood's exit from the club has seen a change in transfer policy at United – with Ten Hag favouring signing a new forward over signing a midfielder now that it is clear Greenwood will not be reintegrated into the squad.
Gravenberch is reportedly desperate to leave Bayern as he looks to secure a starting place in Holland's midfield at Euro 2024.
Bayern will ask for around £22million to secure his signature.
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