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Ryan Gravenberch completes Bayern Munich move

Bayern Munich have finished the marking of Ajax midfielder Ryan Gravenberch on a five-year bargain.

The 20-year-old has partaken in a brilliant ascent in Amsterdam and immediately settled as a central participant at club level and on the worldwide stage with the Netherlands.

Bayern moved rapidly to get Gravenberch's administrations last month after it became obvious that Ajax would engage reasonable offers, and the Bundesliga champions have now affirmed his appearance on their authority site.

"At the point when the proposition came from FC Bayern, I didn't need to consider it for a really long time," Gravenberch said of his turn.

"FC Bayern are perhaps the greatest club around; players from everywhere the world need to play for this club. I'm coming to Munich to bring home bunches of championships - and FC Bayern are accustomed to coming out on top for heaps of championships. The sky is the limit with this club, including winning the Champions League. The harmony in this group is serious areas of strength for extremely, I like."

Brandishing chief Hasan Salihamidzic added: "Ryan Gravenberch will offer a great deal to our group. He's perhaps the greatest ability in Europe, has eminent specialized capacity, consistently tracks down arrangements in restricted spaces, is extremely unique and an objective danger.

"The reality he's picked FC Bayern shows that he's persuaded by us as a club and the valuable open doors here. We love players with that attitude. We're certain that we'll appreciate bunches of progress with him."

Gravenberch is the second Ajax player to withdraw for Bayern this late spring, continuing in the strides of Noussair Mazraoui. He will formally turn into a Die Roten player on July 1 subsequent to marking a four-year bargain.

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