Bayern could offer Manchester United a Gravenberch swap with Scott McTominay on loan

Manchester United and Bayern Munich could possibly agree to a Gravenberch-McTominay loan swap deal in the upcoming days.
Gravenberch has played just 3 Bundesliga matches last season (Image - Getty)
Gravenberch has played just 3 Bundesliga matches last season (Image - Getty)

Manchester United could agree to a loan swap with Bayern Munich for Gravenberch with Scott McTominay. Goalkeeper Altay Bayindir is set to join United and the focus should turn to a new midfielder completely. Sofyan Amrabat is the focus but Bayern Munich talent Ryan Gravenberch is also on the Red Devils' radar. The Dutchman worked with Erik ten Hag at Ajax, performing so well that he made a move to Bayern last summer. The move really hasn't worked out for Gravenberch, who started just three Bundesliga games last season.

A reunion with Ten Hag might get him back on track and maybe Bayern has a potential exchange in mind. Tuchel views Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, and new signing Konrad Laimer as more box-to-box players and surely thinks the same about Gravenberch.

The report even claims that a loan swap involving McTominay and Gravenberch is 'possible' ahead of Friday's transfer deadline. That would be an interesting proposal and one that United may give real thought to given Ten Hag's appreciation for Gravenberch combined with McTominay's lack of action lately.

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