Youssoufa Moukoko is apparently reluctant to extend his contract at BVB because of family disputes. This reports the picture. Accordingly, the 17-year-old does not currently want to sign a new contract with Borussia Dortmund because his parents, as legal guardians, would have to sign it for him.
Moukoko, whose working paper expires next summer, and his parents have fallen out, according to the report, and the striker doesn’t want father Joseph and mother Marie to have a chance of getting his money. BVB is to offer the top talent a salary of more than three million euros per year if the contract is extended by three years.
The reason for the Zoff at the Moukokos is Patrick Williams, the advisor of the left foot. According to Moukoko senior, he was “greedy” and the driving force behind the Zoff. It’s also about the money and the rift even ends in the fact that the house of Youssoufa Moukoko’s parents is noisy picture and Colorful will be foreclosed on.
The negotiations between Borussia and their attacker have been going on for months and are also regularly the focus of speculation. Numerous well-known clubs are said to have expressed an interest in the teenager.
In addition to Manchester United, PSG and Real Madrid, Dortmund’s Bundesliga rival FC Bayern was also mentioned in this context a few weeks ago.
Moukoko made 15 appearances for the Black & Yellows this season. The U21 international scored three goals and four assists.