Man City Ready To Splash £80 Million On Bayern Munich Star

English Premier League could be the next destination l for Bayern Munich’s talented player Jamal Musiala who has reportedly rejected an offer to extend his stay at the Bundesliga giants amid rumour of a move Man City and Liverpool.

Pep Guardiola and Jamal Musiala

Daily Star claims that Musiala refused to extend his contract because he wants a move away from Germany. The report claims that the 21-year-old is planning a move to the Premier League and many clubs in the English top-flight league are ready to make his dream become a reality.

Liverpool are said to have also shown interest in the midfield and are ready to battle it out with the Premier League champions. Both clubs had scouts watching the Bavarians’ Bundesliga defeat to Bayer Leverkusen last month.

Meanwhile, Bayern Munich are doing everything possible to keep the young and talented midfielder at the club beyond his current contract. They had tabled a £150,000-a-week offer for the youngster but he seems to be determined about the decision to leave the club.

Without a doubt, Musiala will be a great signing for any club and Man City could see him as the potential replacement for their midfield maestro Kevin De Bruyne.

The Belgian has been linked with a move away from the European Champions. There are speculations that he could be lured to play in the Saudi Pro League as many Saudi Arabia clubs are ready to double his current earnings at Man City.

Amid the uncertainty that surrounds Kevin De Bruyne’s future, Jamal Musiala could be a perfect replacement for him, and considering his young age, the Cityzens could sign him as a future replacement for Kevin if the Belgian decided to remind at the club for the next few years of his career.

After having incredible years that earned him over 100 starts for Bayern and 25 appearances for his country, Musiala is expected to cost a minimum of £80million and his wages should be around £200,000 a week or more. He is currently thought to earn around £90,000 per week for Bayern.

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