From my understanding, given enough time, the gravity of the Moon is gradually increasing the time it takes for Earth to rotate around its axis, and that, as a result, in the distant future, Earth will be tidally locked to the Moon (ignoring the fact that the Earth and Moon system will probably be swallowed by the sun before this could happen as the Sun dies in five or so billion years).
Thinking about this fact, I started wondering if, given a preposterous amount of time, Jupiter could become tidally locked as a result of the gravitational force exerted on it by its Moons? Or would the fact that its Moons are fairly similar in Mass and that their positions differ, mean that Jupiter wouldn't get tidally locked, as it would be getting pulled on from more than one direction? If Jupiter only had one Moon, Ganymede, would they become tidally locked if given enough time? If so, why not? However slowly, surely Ganymede must exert tides on Jupiter, and in doing so slow down its rotation?