Neither Davies nor Yoro, it could be Real Madrid’s next big signing: “If he doesn’t renew…”

Spanish journalist discusses the possibility of one of the most sought-after players ending up at Real Madrid.

The football world is going crazy over the possible rumours that Jamal Musiala wants to play for Real Madrid. The young German talent has impressed everyone with his skill and flair at Bayern Munich, but he seems eager to seek new adventures.

Despite his young age, Jamal Musiala has shown that he is among the elite. His incredible ability to beat defenders and score goals in the most important moments makes him an invaluable asset to the Bavarian side. However, the player is attracted to Real Madrid.


In one of his latest YouTube videos, Ramón Álvarez de Mon talked about Jamal Musiala and the possibility of the German footballer playing for Real Madrid. In response to a question from one of his followers, the journalist said: “Of course, I’m not aware of any process to sign Musiala by Real Madrid. He’s a player whose contract expires in 2026. It’s true that if he doesn’t renew with Bayern, he could be in a situation in 2025 where Real Madrid would be comfortable. Something similar to what’s happening with Alphonso Davies,” he explained.

However, Jamal Musiala would not be so easy to get out of the German club. “Jamal Musiala is much more for Bayern than Davies is, that’s for sure. I’m not aware of any process by Real Madrid or that the club itself is in communication with Musiala.”


However, the journalist spoke about the great fondness for the German footballer at the Merengue club. “Well, I can definitely tell you that Jamal Musiala is liked at Real Madrid. Musiala is loved at Madrid, but he’s loved in any sporting director’s office at any club in the world. In this sense, I don’t think Real Madrid is an exception,” he said.

In any case, would a player like Jamal Musiala have a place at Real Madrid? Ramón Álvarez de Mon also answered this question: “Musiala usually plays on the left and that’s where Mbappé, Vinícius or Rodrygo are. Even Bellingham pops up there too. So, while he’s a great player and he’s very young, I don’t know if he fits in. The club has other priorities to focus on,” he concluded.

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