Ex-Chelsea midfielder Jamal Musiala worth more than 400m euros, claims Bundesliga expert
Posted by  badge Boss on Nov 24, 2022 - 01:52AM
Jamal Musiala has become a key player for Bayern Munich and Germany (Picture: Getty)

Former midfielder Jamal Musiala is now worth more than 400 million euros, according to Bundesliga expert Archie Rhind-Tutt.

Musiala spent eight years in the Chelsea academy from 2011 until 2019 before he was poached by German giants .

The 19-year-old made his Bayern Munich debut in 2020 and has gone on to make 100 appearances for the side, scoring 27 goals.

Musiala is currently out in with the Germany squad for the having switched his international allegiance from England.

He played for England’s U15, U16, U17 and U21 sides before knocking up 17 caps for Germany, the country of his birth.

‘There’s been talk in the German press that he is just unsellable at Bayern to the point where even 400 million euros would not be enough for Jamal Musiala,’ Bundesliga expert Rhind-Tutt told the ahead of Germany’s opening game.

‘This is the way he is being talked about, he is the future of this club. There are so many things to his game that make him so good.

‘Even when opponents try and cut him down like we have seen with Lionel Messi over the years, he doesn’t quit. He’s really quite something.’

Musiala has also been lauded by former Manchester City and Argentina defender Pablo Zabaleta.

‘I think Jamal Musiala is a great player, he is one of those players you really enjoy watching,’ Zabaleta told the BBC.

‘He’s absolutely brilliant, he has great potential and I’m happy to see that Flick has given a chance to play in the national team and a place in the starting 11.

‘He is one of those players who is so good on the ball, he can dribble past players, he can produce a moment of magic in the final third and sometimes for that, you also need players around you who can combine.

‘Serge Gnabry is one of them, they have been playing at Bayern Munich together for a few years now and they can produce those moments in the game.’


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