Bayern Munich: Jamal Musiala training alone due to injury

Bayern Munich forward Jamal Musiala suffers injury on international duty. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
Bayern Munich forward Jamal Musiala suffers injury on international duty. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images) /

After the conclusion of the Champions League last night, all European players across different leagues will not focus on Euro 2020. Bayern Munich will be very well represented during this tournament, with Germany having the most number of players from the club.

Few German players from Die Roten are reeling from injuries. Jamal Musiala is the latest player to join the list. The youngster joins his clubmates Leon Goretzka and Niklas Sule on the injury list.

According to Sport1, Musiala has been struggling with a hip injury. This injury has forced him to train individually on the grass. The report from Sport1 also insists that the team management is hoping to see Musiala join the group after two days.

Musiala will be hoping that it is not a serious injury, and he can feature for Germany at Euro 2020. The teenager could round off a dream season by representing Germany at one of the biggest competitions in international football.

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After enjoying a breakthrough season with Die Roten, Musiala was subject to a tug of war between England and Germany. He trained with the England U21 squad at the end of 2020. However, DFB had not given up on convincing him to pledge his long-term future to Germany.

Eventually, Musiala decided to represent Germany on the international stage. His consistent performances at the club level with Die Roten were immediately rewarded by Joachim Low. The teenager has been included in the final squad for Euro 2020. Musiala had ended his first campaign at senior level with seven goals and one assist. The youngster managed to get more than 1000 minutes under his belt this season. Die Roten also moved quickly to secure his future by handing a long-term deal to Musiala earlier this year.

Musiala has developed a knack for making an impact for Die Roten from the bench. He can execute a similar role for Germany at Euro 2020. Even though he may not get a single start during the tournament, the experience of playing such a big tournament at the age of 18 will be enormous for Musiala.

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Germany has started training at Seefeld this week. The German squad will be welcoming Champions League winners Timo Werner, Toni Rudiger, and Kai Havertz next week. Low will be hoping that these three players will take the momentum to the tournament and help the team to go deep in Euro 2020.