The German club has announced it through their social networks.
The 20-year-old signs until 2027, with whom he also signed Mazraoui this year.
Bayern have signed Ryan Gravenberch, who arrives in Munich from Dutch champions Ajax Amsterdam. The 20-year-old international has signed a contract until 2027.
At the age of eight, he worked in all the youth teams there and made his senior debut in the 2018-19 season at the age of 16, in which he made 103 appearances and scored 12 goals.
Last year he was called up to the Netherlands senior team and has since racked up 10 caps (one goal) for the 'Oranje’, including two at last summer’s European Championship. He won the U17 Euro with his country in 2018.
The 20-year-old Gravenberch will cost an initial fee of 18.5 million euros, which could increase by 5.5 million euros in additional payments.
“Bayern is a big club. I think you have to win big titles here, "Gravenberch told German daily "Bild" after landing at Munich airport on Saturday. “That’s also what I expect. I’m happy to be here in Munich. ”
When the offer came from Bayern, I didn’t have to think about it for long. Bayern are one of the biggest clubs around; players from all over the world want to play for this club. I’m coming to Munich to win lots of titles—and Bayern are used to winning lots of titles.
Anything is possible with this club, including winning the Champions League. The togetherness in this team is very strong, which I like, "said the player at his presentation with Bayern.
Oliver Kahn, Bayern Munich CEO, said: “Ryan Gravenberch is a young, highly interesting player who lots of Europe’s top clubs would’ve liked to have signed." He’s chosen Bayern because he can develop at the highest level here. Players with his qualities are important for Bayern’s future path. ”