"Playing with him would be really cool": Musiala indirectly advises Bayern to transfer
Created: 11/30/2022, 4:50 am
By: Marius Epp
If Jamal Musiala were Bayern Munich's sporting director, he would have a pretty good idea of who he would sign.
Munich – Football professionals who are not called Kylian Mbappé and sign crazy contracts with Paris St. Germain usually cannot choose who they want to be on the pitch with.
Even when asked, they tend to avoid interfering in their clubs' transfer policies.
Born: February 26, 2003 (age 19), Stuttgart
Club: Bayern Munich
Market value: 100 million euros
Position: Attacking Midfield
Musiala "recommends" Jude Bellingham to Bayern Munich
Jamal Musiala is more outspoken.
FC Bayern's shooting star makes no secret of who he would like to have in his ranks: "It would be really cool to play with Jude Bellingham again," he said in an interview with
It's quick and easy to explain why Musiala raves about what is probably the best BVB player at the moment: the two are good friends and know each other from England's junior teams.
Both are 19 years old, Bellingham was born in England, Musiala in Germany.
Almost as a logical consequence, they also parted ways in the corresponding senior national teams.
Both clubs and national teams are delighted with their exceptionally consistent performances for their age.
Who would he like to play with?
Jamal Musiala hardly has to hesitate when asked the question.
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FC Bayern: Musiala would like a Bellingham transfer, but has no illusions
Before Bayern fans get too euphoric about a Bellingham transfer, Musiala takes the wind out of his sails himself.
"It won't work," "Bambi" is sure.
He will probably be right about that.
Because FC Bayern does not belong to the inner circle of potential Bellingham buyers.
It is unlikely that the exceptional talent will remain with BVB beyond the coming summer.
The top international clubs are queuing up.
According to new Sky information, a trio has the best chance of getting the young midfield boss: Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester City.
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Jürgen Klopp in particular is said to be keen on Bellingham and have declared him the number one transfer target.
FC Bayern also want to strengthen themselves in central midfield: According to media reports, an agreement has been reached with Leipzig professional Konrad Laimer.
Munich will most likely not take part in international bidding for Bellingham.