John Aldridge is of the view that Liverpool star Ryan Gravenberch sometimes fails to get himself involved in games to have an adequate impact.


Liverpool signed the 21-year-old midfielder in the summer from Bayern Munich and he has been trusted regularly by Jurgen Klopp.


Gravenberch started the game against Arsenal at the weekend but struggled to make a big impact.




Aldridge believes that the Dutch international has seen a drop in his form in recent games and stressed that Gravenberch does not get himself involved in games enough to have an impact.


However, the ex-Reds star admits that Gravenberch is still young and thinks that with good coaching, the Liverpool midfielder can improve his game involvement.



“Gravenberch has had a dip”, Aldridge wrote in his Liverpool Echo column.


“Sometimes he looks brilliant but he doesn’t get involved enough in the games.



“But that’ll come, he’s only young.


“He’ll get nurtured into that with coaching.”


Gravenberch has started only eight games so far in the league for the Reds and he has yet to register a goal or assist in the Premier League.