Jamal Musiala of Bayern Munich is not for sale.
The club president discussed the teenager’s development and journey with the Bavarians thus far.
Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer reaffirmed that the club has no plans to let the promising Jamal Musiala go anytime soon. Hainer complimented Bambi for immediately absorbing the club’s Mia San Mia spirit. He also highlighted Bayern’s readiness to assist him in realizing his dream of becoming the finest in the world (TZ).
Hainer traced the youngster’s journey since joining the club as a shy 17-year-old in 2019. Praising his approach to challenges and his ambition to be the best, Hainer said “I also like his approach to all challenges, the fact that he says: ‘Hey, I want to be the best player in the world!’ That’s real Mia san, Mia, at the age of 19 quickly accepted it here with us. Last year he was called a shy Bambi – that’s over.”
Hainer went on to bring out Moose’s strengths and what makes him a world-beating talent. “Jamal brings spirit to every game. He has a clear expectations of himself and what he wants to achieve as a footballer. I think that is great. And in terms of ability, he’s one of the greatest talents in the world,” he said.
Jamal’s been showing his skills in the World Cup but hasn’t really broken the front pages. Yet. Therefore he has managed to stay relatively under the radar so far. Having said that, being a heavily scouted player since a young age, Jamal’s progression is only going to increase the heat in the market for the youngster. With the big faces of the big clubs slowly fading out of the picture, retaining Musiala may be a big potential theme for the Bayern brass.
However, Hainer and the company have no intention of letting their prized possession escape. When asked if Bambi is just a few goals away from a record transfer market value, Hainer answered, “That is secondary for us.” We’re not going to give him away anyway. He aspires to be the finest in the world, and FC Bayern will support and accompany him on his journey. We can do amazing things if we work together.”
This is a strong assertion to make following the departure of prominent figures from Munich in their prime. Bayern’s brass will confront a significant problem in retaining superstars, given the growing lure of oil clubs in addition to the Premier League and Spanish powers. It remains to be seen how they intend to approach it in the future with a stable of brilliant red kids.