has shared his opinion on midfielder amid interest from Liverpool, Arsenal and .
Former Chelsea boss Tuchel .
One of his current jobs is to the assess the future of Gravenberch, who is unhappy at the Bundesliga side and has been linked with a move to the Premier League.
Liverpool have already opened talks with the 20-year-old Netherlands international over a summer transfer, according to .
But Arsenal and United , who has struggled for opportunities at Bayern since he joined them from Ajax last year.
Bayern have a packed roster of talented midfielders in their squad, with Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka and Jamal Musiala all regular starters and ahead of Gravenberch in the pecking order.
Marcel Sabitzer also found game time hard to come by in Bavaria as a result and was shipped out to Manchester United on loan in January, though even the Austrian’s exit did not create more opportunities for Gravenberch.
‘I see his qualities in training,’ Tuchel said about Gravenberch. ‘It’s hard to try things now.
‘He’s training well. He’s a No.8 who can turn and dribble very well. Now it’s about being patient. It’s about fighting to be there.
‘He did well when he was subbed on against Freiburg. I’m not thinking any further than Hoffenheim right now. He’s a candidate to start or to come on during the game.’
Gravenberch admitted to ESPN earlier this season that he was ‘frustrated’ at Bayern under ex-boss Nagelsmann.
‘To be honest, yes I am [frustrated],’ Gravenberch said.
‘You want to play, but the manager chooses other players. I have to accept it, but it’s difficult. I was hoping for more minutes, but I have to be quiet in my head.’