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Manchester City compile ‘extensive dossier’ on Bayern Munich star – representatives in attendance at recent clash



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Bayern Munich’s highly-rated attacking midfield talent Jamal Musiala is seemingly well-placed on Manchester City’s transfer radar, according to recent reports.

The Premier League champions are likely to be on the search for further recruitment in the midfield positions over the course of the coming months, as they look to both secure a long-term replacement for Kevin De Bruyne, and a more solid back-up for Rodrigo.

Kalvin Phillips is moving closer towards an exit from Manchester City as he searches for more consistent top-level game time before the upcoming European Championships, while his future beyond next summer is likely to be away from the Etihad Stadium.

As for Kevin De Bruyne, the Belgian international continues to prove essential to City’s way of playing under Pep Guardiola, however the Club are becoming increasingly aware of his age and perhaps steady decline in sharpness and fitness.

As such, the latest information points towards Etihad Stadium officials looking at one of the star performers at the Allianz Arena, with Jamal Musiala appearing to be a player of interest in the coming transfer windows.

That is according to the information of Manchester City insider ‘Tolmie’s Hairdoo’, who reports that the Premier League champions have ‘compiled an extensive dossier’ on Bayern Munich and Germany international Jamal Musiala.

It is further revealed that three Manchester City representatives were in attendance at Old Trafford last month specifically to watch Musiala in action, as Bayern Munich took on Manchester United in the UEFA Champions League group stage.

A recent report from Germany has further pointed towards admiration from the Etihad Stadium, and specifically from Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, who is claimed to see Musiala becoming the best number 10 in the world within one to two years at the latest.

Aged just 16 years-old, Musiala left Premier League giants Chelsea for Bayern Munich in the summer of 2019, having spent eight years developing under the coaching and guidance of Cobham staff.

Given the player’s history with Chelsea, many within the game have often tipped Stamford Bridge bosses to reappear for the player, however given financial constraints around the London side, such a move may prove increasingly difficult.