Noussair Mazraoui from FC Bayern Munich has apparently aroused the interest of Juventus Turin. The portal reports calciomercato.
Accordingly, the right-back’s advisor, Rafaela Pimenta, is already exploring the market for possible buyers in the summer and has found favor with the old lady.
According to the report, Juventus would seriously consider signing Mazraoui.
The 25-year-old currently does not play a major role at Bayern Munich. Most recently, the Moroccan even complained publicly about his reserve role.
“I’m not even second or third choice,” said Mazraoui after being eliminated from the Champions League and when asked if he was disappointed with his situation, he added: “Of course. Before the World Cup I was in the starting XI, now I’m fit and get no game time.”
FC Bayern: Noussair Mazraoui only reservist
At the World Cup in Qatar, the summer newcomer (Ajax Amsterdam) was infected with COVID-19 and then suffered from pericarditis, which put him out of action for months. Under the former FCB coach Julian Nagelsmann, he had previously earned a regular place in the starting XI.
Since his comeback in the squad in March, he has only made two brief appearances in five games before coach Thomas Tuchel came on for the injured Alphonso Davies after nine minutes of play in the 3-1 draw against Mainz 05. Both Benjamin Pavard and João Cancelo have recently been given preference at right-back.
Mazraoui still has a contract until 2026. Loud sports1 However, a sale in the Bayern management is not up for debate. Sports director Hasan Salihamidzic and Co. are still convinced of his qualities.