Jamal Musiala (17) has already made his decision as to which national team he wants to play for in the future. This was suggested by his coach at Bayern, Hansi Flick, before the Champions League round of 16 against Lazio Sky at.
“There were many things for him recently. A new contract. In addition, the decision had to be made: Germany or England,” revealed Flick. When asked what Musiala had chosen, Flick replied with a smile: “You have to ask him yourself.” The Englishman, who was born in Stuttgart, can play for the selection of the Three Lions or the DFB team.
Flick also indicated the contract extension with the top talent. It’s not official yet. Most recently the English reported Guardian from a contract until 2026 with a basic salary of around 115,000 euros per week. Musiala’s current sponsorship contract for U18 players runs until summer 2022. Musiala will be 18 years old on February 26, when he will also sign his contract.
Bayern’s CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge recently indicated that a contract extension at FC Bayern could have a positive effect on the DFB’s efforts to get Musiala. According to media reports, the trend is towards the DFB.
Joachim Löw said on Saturday during his visit to the stadium in Frankfurt, where Eintracht played against FC Bayern, about Musiala: “He is an exceptionally great talent, absolutely. He is particularly valued in Germany and Bayern. I think he knows Either way, that I want to nominate him. There aren’t that many talents in Germany who have the level. The decision is up to him. “