Ahead of the Nations League game against England, Musciara reiterated that he has no regrets about turning down England's call-up and choosing to represent Germany.
The 19-year-old Mussiala grew up in the UK and has represented England at different levels in youth international competitions in the past. However, his mother was German and he was born in Stuttgart. He returned to Germany in 2019 to join Bayern Munich's youth team, officially joined the first team the following year, and finally chose to join the German team. Last year he ushered in the national team debut under Flick.
The young player has already played 16 games for Germany in two years. Speaking at a pre-match press conference against England, Mussiala said: "It was not an easy decision at the time, I thought about it for a long time and finally it was a decision made by me and my family and I am very happy. I'm sure some England fans are not happy with the decision, but it shows that I played well and they regret it."
However, Muscia La has been trained in Chelsea's youth academy for a long time, and he has not forgotten his roots: "It feels good to be back in England, I am very motivated. England is a very strong team, and I also want to be in England. Playing longer in this game, I don't know how many times I've played at Wembley, but I've played here before for the youth team, in two finals and the atmosphere here is always good."
Flick, who promoted Musciara when he was at Bayern, praised the youngster's talent and potential, noting that he can make good use of the ball in tight spaces and that he has the ability to excel and bring more to the German team. multiple offensive advantages.