Gnabry: There’s ‘no way’ Bayern would sell Musiala

Stefan Bienkowski
Stefan Bienkowski Updated: 19 May 2021 15:43 BST 2 min read
Gnabry: There’s ‘no way’ Bayern would sell Musiala

Bayern Munich winger Serge Gnabry believes there is “no way” the Bundesliga club would listen to any offers for young talent Jamal Musiala.

The 17-year-old midfielder has been nothing short of remarkable since making the step up to Hansi Flick’s first team in mid 2020, with three goals in just 328 minutes of Bundesliga football this season. 

As such, the midfielder’s increasingly impressive performances have begun to earn him a number of admirers.

According to the Sun, Liverpool have apparently shown an interest in trying to entice the midfielder to the Premier League. 

However, Gnabry believes there’s little chance of the Bavarian giants parting with Musiala anytime soon. 

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  • “There is no chance that we will let such a talent go,” said the Bayern star in an interview with SportBild

    “His talent is indescribable. Nothing can intimidate him. He still has a lot of time to do that, and I hope that he will continue to develop and will soon use all his talent for Germany instead of England – I would also benefit from that!”

    Bayern have high hopes of defending their Bundesliga title this season but things haven’t gone as smoothly as they may have hoped. 

    Flick’s side remain top of the German top flight, but succumbed to a 3-2 defeat to Borussia Moenchengladbach on Friday night. 

    Which now means the Munich side have won just 10 of their opening 15 league games, sitting just two points above RB Leipzig in first place. 

    For large parts of the season Bayern have looked jaded and have struggled to match the intensity shown in their treble-winning campaign last season. 

    As such, the Bayern head coach has had to turn to alternative options in his squad, such as the young and relatively untested Musiala. 

    However, the 17-year-old midfielder has made the step up well and is expected to be offered a new contract extension before the end of the season due to his impressive performances.