Could Manchester City join Liverpool in potential race for Bayern Munich prodigy Jamal Musiala?

Could Manchester City rival Liverpool and other clubs for Bayern Munich prodigy Jamal Musiala? German publication Bild reported that Musiala is unhappy with sharing minutes with Thomas Muller. They add that the German international was promised to be the face of the Bundesliga champions.

Bild further reports that Liverpool are among a host of interested clubs in Bayern Munich’s young prodigy. They add that Real Madrid are also currently monitoring Musiala’s situation.

Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has also reported on the Musiala situation. He adds that on top of Liverpool and Real Madrid watching the situation, he adds that Manchester City and others will also be keeping tabs on Musiala.

Reporting on his latest Daily Briefing segment for caught Romano said: “Liverpool have been linked with Musiala, but trust me it would not just be Liverpool, there are many important clubs around Europe keeping an eye on Musiala. Jurgen Klopp knows the player’s talent very well, but also people at Chelsea, Manchester City, and clubs in Spain, because he’s one of the best young talents in world football. So this is normal, it’s not about negotiating, it’s just about following a top young player.”

Romano adds that any potential move for the German international wouldn’t come cheap. He added: “In my personal opinion, he’s worth more than €100m; I’d compare him to Jude Bellingham – a generational talent.”

A lot of water will have to pass under the bridge for the young midfielder to become available. The young star is considered to be a key part of Bayern Munich’s future. The Bundesliga champions would likely do all they can to retain their young star.

Rest assured if Musiala does seek a move from Bayern, Manchester City would be one of many top clubs who would be keen to sign him.

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