Jamal Musiala of Bayern Munich praised the 21-year-old star of Arsenal for his performance over the weekend, saying, “I’m seriously amazed of his qualities after his performance in the weekend. I never knew Arsenal have such a young player with this kind of mentality.”
The 20-year-old Arsenal loanee’s performance yesterday completely astounded Jamal Musiala.
Jamal Musiala, who recently made a comeback for Motherwell, wrote a message to Mika Biereth, an Arsenal loanee.
After joining Motherwell in August, Biereth’s debut in the Scottish Premiership has been quite successful.
Shortly after joining the Steelmen, the 20-year-old scored and contributed, but he has been out due to a knee injury ever since.
He finally made his debut yesterday, as Motherwell was held to a 3-3 home draw by Ross County.
And the young Arsenal player produced another outstanding performance, picking up where he left off.
For the last fifteen minutes of the match, Biereth came off the bench and promptly won his team a penalty. The Dane scored from his penalty kick and added an assist, helping Motherwell, who had trailed 3-1, to a draw.
Following his performance on Saturday, Jamal Musiala of Bayern Munich has now praised the young player on Instagram.
Young Arsenal player Mika Biereth gets a message from Musiala.
Yesterday, Biereth took to social media to share his happiness at being able to play for Motherwell once more.
“Nice to be back!” he wrote.
For instance, Brooke Norton-Cuffy and Tino Livramento both left comments below the article.
Musiala replied with two heart-shaped emojis.
Naturally, as Bayern attempts to tie the young player to a new contract, Arsenal has been mentioned as a potential suitor for Musiala.
Mikel Arteta’s team is one of the teams monitoring Musiala’s situation at Munich, according to 90 Minutes.
It’s unclear if Arsenal will make a bigger effort to sign the German player. They do, however, currently have some exceptional young players rising through the ranks.
Even though Biereth has only made three appearances for Motherwell, he has already made an impression in Scotland, scoring two goals and providing two assists.
He joined Arsenal from Fulham in 2019, and after spending the previous season on loan at RKC Waalwijk in Holland, he seems to have a bright future ahead of him.