Between the years 2011 and 2019, he was a member of Chelsea’s youth program, however in 2019, Bayern Munich sent him back to his country of origin.
Since that time, Musiala has emerged as a significant figure for both his club and his national team. He is frequently compared to Jude Bellingham, who is considered to be England’s most outstanding player.
He is mostly an offensive midfielder, and he has already built an excellent goal-scoring record for his age. He has scored 32 goals in 133 professional games for Bayern, and he has also provided 25 assists.
Bayern Munich is not in a hurry to discuss his future because his current contract is set to expire in 2026. However, Liverpool has shown interest in him, as reported by BILD and Fabrizio Romano.
This has caused Bayern to take notice. In the event that Musiala were to leave Bayern, Manchester City and Chelsea are among candidates that have been suggested as possible suitors.
Hasan Salihamidzic and Oliver Kahn have been removed from their posts, which has caused Bayern to experience internal turmoil, which has slowed down the negotiation process. Bayern is eager to secure Musiala with an upgraded contract in the face of growing interest.
Musiala’s discontent is growing, particularly with Thomas Tuchel’s rotation policy, despite the fact that he has been performing consistently for the team.
The German tabloid TZ predicts that Bayern’s strategy may consist of maximizing revenues during the summer transfer window of 2024 that will take place.
Despite the fact that Musiala’s Transfermarkt valuation is currently at a speculative €110 million (£96 million), reports indicate that any bid that is lower than €100 million (£87 million) may be rejected.
The purchase of Bellingham by Real Madrid for 134 million euros (117 million pounds) serves as a point of comparison, and it is possible that Bayern’s asking price for Musiala is a reflection of their weaker bargaining position in the lack of a new deal.
An report from Spain that discloses the prospective transfer cost is cited by The Liverpool Echo.
The article suggests that Liverpool’s pursuit may profit from their earlier pursuit of Moises Caicedo, despite the fact that their bid was unsuccessful on that occasion.
Following the Caicedo chase, subsequent signings such as Wataru Endo and Ryan Gravenberch were made, indicating that there are finances available for additional investments.