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Liverpool has been linked with Jamal Musiala for next summer

Jamal Musiala

Liverpool has struggled this season due to substandard performances from the midfield players. The Reds sit in a disappointing 10th position with a game in hand. But even if Liverpool wins the game in hand, the club will end up in 8th position which is below par for the Reds.

Thiago has struggled with injuries ever since his arrival and the Spanish maestro has missed more games than he has played this season. Jordan Henderson and James Milner have not been in good form and struggled to control games. Meanwhile, Harvey Elliott is far too inconsistent to play regularly at this stage of the season.

The club signed Arthur on loan from Juventus on deadline day in an attempt to bolster the midfield. However, the Brazilian has failed to adapt to English football and even sustained a long-term injury. The midfielder has been ruled out of action for at least three months. He is not expected to return before February 2023 which means he will miss more than half of his loan spell out injured.

It will be difficult to sign Jamal Musiala from Liverpool

Jamal Musiala has impressed a lot for Bayern Munich since his breakthrough into the first team. The attacking midfielder has been the most creative player for the Bavarians this season. The young star has been linked to Liverpool for next summer to strengthen their midfield.

However, it will be difficult for any club to lure Jamal Musiala away from Bayern Munich. The German international is exceeding expectations in Munich and is an important part of the club. He is also making room in the German National team and has impressed Hansi Flick whenever given the opportunity.

Nonetheless, the German international will be an exceptional signing for the Reds. The player will add some much-needed creativity to their midfield and the club will benefit from the agility. If Liverpool can really add someone of his quality to the squad then they can again become an irresistible force in European football!!

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