Jamal Musiala is dissatisfied with his recent benching. And Lothar Matthäus demands that Thomas Müller and Jamal play together for Bayern Munich.
When it comes to things that would likely benefit Bayern Munich. Leave it to Lothar Matthäus to point out the obvious.
Bayern Munich supporters frequently roll their eyes at the sometimes contentious mythology of the game-turned-pundit. But the 62-year-old has a viewpoint that may make a lot of sense to certain people.
Matthäus desires that Thomas Tuchel play Jamal Musiala and Thomas Müller together
Some players, including Joshua Kimmich, Leroy Sané, Harry Kane, and Jamal Musiala, must constantly be on the pitch and start. For me, these players are crucial. Of course, Jamal Musiala is involve. Matthäus told Sport Bild (as photographed by @iMiaSanMia) that “I think it doesn’t have to be Musiala or Müller – you can easily integrate both of them into the starting lineup.”
Regretfully, Get German Football News was able to obtain a story from Sport Bild that suggests Musiala is not thrilled about missing recent games.
As discussions over a contract extension have been put off, Sport Bild reports that Liverpool has joined the small number of teams who are interested in Jamal Musiala. Although Musiala’s contract does not end until 2026. He was force to sit on the bench recently even though he perform well in the games before. For example, he was benched during Bayern’s 3-0 victory against Freiburg after playing a crucial role in the team’s Champions League comeback earlier in the week. This is partly because Thomas Müller and Thomas Tuchel are alternate since Tuchel recognises the importance of Müller to the team.
Contract extension negotiations had already been put on hold with Hasan Salihamidžić, the former sporting director. With a new deal at Bayern, Musiala would become one of the most paid players in the team. And earning €8 million annually.
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