Chelsea look to make a £94 million bid for Bayern's Jamal Musiala

Chelsea is trying to recruit Jamal Musiala this summer from Bayern Munich

After agreeing to a deal with Manchester City for Cole Palmer that might go to £45 million, Mauricio Pochettino is still looking to strengthen his attacking depth.

If Musiala decides to return to his former club before the transfer deadline, he might enjoy a memorable homecoming after being hailed as a “sensation” by the official Bundesliga website. The German international’s 2019 trade of Cobham for Bavaria ultimately turned out to be one of Chelsea’s most recent transfer-related mistakes. According to a report from TheSecretScout, Pochettino and company would “love” to bring Musiala back to the place where he spent a large portion of his formative playing years, despite the fact that Chelsea has a long list of attacking reinforcements on their radar.

The Bayern sensation recorded 16 goals and assists in all competitions last season, and given his youth and current success, manager Thomas Tuchel would naturally be hesitant to let him leave. Musiala, who is only 20 years old, has quickly emerged as one of the league’s brightest talents and wants to keep doing so for his current employers. The player earlier told L’Equipe of the “joy” he felt when playing for the west Londoners, so the Stamford Bridge followers will pay attention. The newest information on Chelsea’s interest in the young midfielder has been provided by Romano to GIVEMESPORT.

According to Sky Sports writer Dharmesh Sheth, the west London team are still looking for a new forward before Friday’s deadline even though Musiala appears to be out of reach due to a number of circumstances. The writer says that Raphinha and Ferran Torres are among the players on the club’s wishlist despite spending an eye-watering £359m on new players.

This supports a report from MailOnline that also mentioned Smith-Rowe and the Barcelona combination, albeit the Metro reports that Chelsea’s initial request for the latter player was rejected. While game time would not exactly be readily accessible at Stamford Bridge either, the Englishman is not exactly at the top of Mikel Arteta’s ambitions at the Emirates and may try to make a transition this summer.

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