Munich’s Gnabry and Musiala fit again but unlikely to start in Fuerth

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Serge Gnabry and Jamal Musiala are fit to play again but will most likely only be used as substitutes, if at all, in Bayern Munich’s Bundesliga date at Greuther Fuerth on Friday. “The chance that both will start is very small,” coach Julian Nagelsmann told reporters on Thursday, adding he wants both to be “at 100 per cent fitness” for next week’s Champions League date with Dynamo Kiev. Musiala has been nursing an ankle injury while Gnabry came down with flu. Nagelsmann said that newly signed Marcel Sabitzer could start for the first time in the game that pits leaders Munich against bottom rank…

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