Musiala’s worldwide future up to him – Flick
Jamal Musiala is set to get his first Germany call-up and Hansi Flick will leave the decision regarding whether to accept as much as the winger.
Hansi Flick enjoys to see Jamal Musiala get his first senior call-up for the German nationwide team, however insists Bayern Munich and the DFB will have no sway in the gamer’s choice.
Musiala, who was born in Stuttgart however moved to England at a young age, came through the ranks at Chelsea before changing to Bundesliga giants Bayern in 2019.
The 17-year-old has actually represented both Germany and England at youth level, and in November made his launching for the Three Lions’ Under-21 side, consequently scoring in his second appearance.
After making his Bundesliga launching in June last year, Musiala has enjoyed a development season at Bayern this term, scoring 3 goals from 14 league looks, making two starts, while he has actually also played three times in the Champions League, as well as including in the DFB-Pokal and the DFL Supercup.
He has actually balanced a goal every 126 minutes in the Bundesliga, though has only created one chance so far.
Reports emerged today recommending Germany will hand Musiala a very first senior cap in the upcoming March internationals, with Joachim Low’s side taking on Iceland, Romania and North Macedonia in World Cup 2022 qualifying.
The reports were verified by Flick ahead of Bayern’s home game with Hoffenheim, and he will use his advice to the teen if required.
” We have not been discussing it yet. I only found out about today, that Jamal will be invited to the nationwide group in March,” Flick informed a press conference.
” In general, I constantly am delighted to see young skills that also play in Germany. Until now, the DFB always dealt with these scenarios similarly and let the player choose whether he wants to sign up with or not.
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” Where he feels more comfy, that is a decision that he’ll take on his own and with his household. He will need to handle that by himself.
” Therefore, if he has any concerns, he knows he can constantly speak with me about it. So you need to respect his choice in either case.”
One Bayern youngster who has not had such a strong season is Joshua Zirkzee, with the 19-year-old reportedly set to join Serie A club Parma on loan with a choice to buy, while Premier League side Everton havie also been linked.
Flick, however, recommended a potential relocation was not as far along as has been suggested.
” I can only read about it. Joshua was training with us today and I think that he will still train with us after the deadline day,” Flick included.
” In all openness, there is absolutely nothing to be declared.’
Zirkzee has actually managed simply one start in the league this season, playing 92 minutes in total throughout 3 appearances, and has actually not contributed to his tally of 4 Bayern objectives, which he scored last season.