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Bayern Munich star, Thomas Muller, has refuted claims that Germany ‘stole’ Nigerian-born youngster, Jamal Musiala from England. Muller said he found “no English blood” in Musaila’s bloodline when the teenager pledged his international allegiance to Germany. A battle for Musaila’s International future raged between Germany and England with Nigeria hoping they can still acquire his…

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Bayern Munich superstar, Thomas Muller, has refuted claims that Germany ‘stole’ Nigerian-born teenager, Jamal Musiala from England.

Muller said he found “no English blood” in Musaila’s bloodline when the teenager pledged his global allegiance to Germany.

A fight for Musaila’s International future raged between Germany and England with Nigeria hoping they might be able to easy rep his products and providers.

But the younger player chose Germany.

Musiala represented England on the adolescence level, having grown up in London and spent time with Chelsea, he, alternatively, opted to play for the land of his delivery on the senior level.

There were claims in the English media that Germany stole the player from England but talking to Day-to-day Mail, Muller said, “I don’t know if we stole him.

“I checked out his bloodlines and there used to be no English blood in there!.

“But we're very pleased in Germany that Jamal determined on Germany. The plight-up now, along with his prolonged contract to play in Bayern and resolution for the German nationwide team, suits totally.”

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