The position is that they will definitely recruit him even if it requires a huge transfer fee.
Spanish media ‘Ficha Jesus’ reported on the 28th (Korean time), “Despite concerns that more than 100 million euros (about 143.4 billion won) may be needed to recruit Jamal Musiala (20, Bayern Munich), Manchester City (Man City) and Liverpool are competing.”
Musiala is a player who is highly anticipated by the Munich club and fans. He is from the Munich youth team and succeeded in being promoted to the first team early in 2020, predicting a bright future for him.
He was not intimidated by the first team stage. Musiala scored 16 goals and 16 assists in 47 games across all competitions. He also showed versatility by playing not only as an attacking midfielder but also as a winger.
Now he is even being evaluated as the future of the German national team. Musiala, who has been wearing the German national team uniform since 2021, raised his stock by starting in both A matches played this month.
Despite his rapid growth, his future in Munich is unclear. Despite Musiala’s contract with Munich expiring in 2026, he has yet to agree on a new contract.카지노사이트
There were various speculations regarding the delay in renewing the contract. There were claims that Musiala was dissatisfied with his reduced playing time this season, and there were also reports that he requested a higher salary.
The unstable contract renewal situation spread into transfer rumors. According to this report, Manchester City and Liverpool are said to be ready for fierce competition to sign Musiala.
Previously, the possibility of Musiala going to Manchester City was raised. German football expert Florian Platenberg said, “If Musiala really wants to leave Munich next summer, the only realistic options are Real Madrid and Manchester City.”
It is inevitable to spend an astronomical amount of transfer fee. ‘Pichajes’ said, “Musiala’s transfer fee will be more than 100 million euros. Considering Musiala’s high potential, there is a good chance that Munich will demand a higher transfer fee.”