BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Liverpool Jurgen left furious and ready to leave star player out of remaining games after star player constant terrible errors in game which nearly cost the team against Sheffield United. He said “he should have come off at half time. But i decided to leave even after talking to him and giving him instructions he couldnt flow. sorry but the reality is he was terrible and poor to watch, don’t care if it upsets he nearlycost us our place in the league race”. He should be sold”, “Was poor today” – Liverpool Jurgen Klopp unhappy with star’s performance despite 3-1 win over Sheffield United”.


Liverpool emerged victorious with a 3-1 win over Sheffield United at Anfield on Thursday, April 4th. However, despite the positive result, some Liverpool fans expressed dissatisfaction with Ryan Gravenberch’s performance against one of the league’s lesser opponents, taking to social media platforms to voice their concerns. Despite this, Liverpool maintains their position at the summit of the English Premier League standings with 70 points. Arsenal and Manchester City closely trail behind, with two and three points separating them, respectively, and with eight games left in the season.

Dutch midfielder Gravenberch featured for 60 minutes, exhibiting a passing accuracy of 85% (28/33), albeit failing to create any significant scoring opportunities. He encountered challenges in defensive aspects as well, losing two out of two tackles and three out of seven duels. Disgruntled fans utilized platforms like X and Twitter to express their disappointment, with one fan bluntly stating, “Gravenberch was poor today sha.”

Throughout the current season, the 21-year-old midfielder has made 34 appearances across various competitions, contributing three goals and two assists. Gravenberch made the switch to Liverpool from Bayern Munich last summer, aiming to further his career under the guidance of Jurgen Klopp.

In a testament to Klopp’s impact on his development, Gravenberch showered praise on the Liverpool boss, crediting him for revitalizing his passion for the game following a challenging stint with Bayern Munich. The Dutch midfielder acknowledged Klopp’s role in helping him “restore confidence” and “enjoy football” once again.

Gravenberch’s commitment to Liverpool extends until the summer of 2028, with his market value estimated at €35 million. As he continues to hone his skills and adapt to the demands of English football, Liverpool supporters eagerly anticipate his growth and contributions to the team’s success in the seasons to come.

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