Liverpool Target Now Open to Anfield Move After Rejecting New Contract at Current Club

Jamal Musiala has rejected a fresh contract offer from Bayern Munich and is now considering a potential transfer to the Premier League for the upcoming summer transfer window.

It’s speculated that Liverpool and Manchester City are the frontrunners in the pursuit of the talented midfielder.

Report suggest that the Premier League giants, Liverpool and Manchester City, are at the forefront of the competition to secure Musiala’s signature.

Both clubs have reportedly scouted the Germany international during his recent matches, particularly in the game against Bayer Leverkusen.

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Bayern had presented Musiala with a new contract offer amounting to £150,000 per week. However, it appears that he has informed the Bundesliga giants of his decision not to accept it. This move has triggered speculations suggesting that he might depart from the club in July.

City became aware of Musiala’s decision last week and are feeling optimistic about their prospects of securing his signature. The 21-year-old midfielder’s recent birthday adds to the intrigue surrounding his future.

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Nevertheless, Liverpool may have intentions of thwarting Pep Guardiola’s efforts to acquire the talented playmaker, who boasts 25 appearances for the German national team.

Meanwhile, Chelsea retain a strong interest in Musiala, particularly given his history with their youth setup. It is anticipated that they will enter the fray as soon as the transfer window reopens at the conclusion of the season.

However, Chelsea’s chances of persuading Musiala to choose Stamford Bridge over Manchester City or Anfield appear slim, unless they achieve success in the FA Cup and secure qualification for the Europa League.

Musiala, with two years remaining on his current Bayern contract, is purportedly valued at a minimum of £80 million. Additionally, his weekly wages are anticipated to be approximately £200,000.

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