Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea eye Jamal Musiala as Bayern to persuade him to stay

Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea eye Jamal Musiala as Bayern to persuade him to stay Transfers

Born in Stuttgart, via the Southampton and Chelsea academies, Jamal Musiala, a 21-year-old midfielder who has been with Bayern Munich since 2019 and was promoted to the first team in 2020, has been a regular since his teenage years and has already made over 150 appearances.

The attacking midfielder’s combination with 20-year-old midfielder Florian Wirtz is a destructive combination, and has shown great promise for the national team, which has underperformed in recent years.

The German midfielder has developed into one of the top-ranked midfielders not only in the Bundesliga but also internationally, and Premier League clubs are all interested in him.

Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea are all interested, but Bayern Munich will do everything in their power to stay, according to Christian Falk, a German journalist.

“Manchester City are seriously interested in Jamal Musiala. Liverpool and Chelsea are also keeping an eye on the Bayern star. That said, it’s not like Musiala is putting pressure on his employers to leave Munich.”

“First talks will be with the management of Bayern Munich. Musiala’s entourage wants to see a plan for the future, not just for himself, but also for the club. Progressing to the semi-final of this year’s Champions League was a good argument for Bayern Munich.”

“The talks with Bayern will take place in the summer and they will try everything to keep hold of Musiala. They have to also show him their plans to develop his career; they have to show him it’s possible to have a similar career to Jude Bellingham at Real Madrid whilst staying in Munich.”

“They have to show him he can be an international star without leaving the Bundesliga. There will be more money, of course, on offer to sweeten the deal.”

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Bayer Leverkusen won the Bundesliga this season in dominant fashion, while Bayern’s performances were erratic.In the second half of the season, they quickly lost points.

The German champions have been in turmoil since last season, including at the front office, and it is imperative that the 21-year-old midfielder, who will lead the next generation, remains at the club.

English clubs will obviously demand a huge transfer fee to acquire him, making it a difficult battle for Liverpool, who have a limited budget to begin with.

City and Chelsea are also in danger of breaching financial fair play and cannot afford to spend big money on a transfer without releasing key players.

At the moment, it is likely that he will stay in Germany, but will he walk into the future to challenge in the Premier League…?