Introducing Yusufa Mukoko, the 18-year-old prodigy from Borussia Dortmund who is making waves in the world of football. The teenage striker has already made an impressive impact in the Bundesliga, scoring six goals in 14 games this season. His potential has caught the eye of many clubs, including Manchester United, and Dortmund are now reportedly offering him a four-year contract worth six million euros per year plus bonuses in order to keep him at the club. Mukoko is a versatile and skilful player who knows how to link up with his teammates and make the most of his opportunities in front of goal. Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has stated that if the two parties do not agree, they will not proceed, and that this is their last offer. It remains to be seen if Mukoko will stay at the club and become a star, or if he will move on to one of Europe’s top clubs.
It is reported that Borussia Dortmund are considering offering Yusufa Mukoko a new contract.
The teenage striker has attracted the interest of many clubs, including Manchester United.
He is one of the most exciting young prospects in world football and is a perfect fit for Erik ten Haga’s project at Old Trafford.
Mukoko has all the skills needed to succeed in the Premier League.
He has scored six goals in 14 games for Dortmund this season in the Bundesliga, leading the way.
At 18 years old, he already has a lot of experience playing at the highest level.
Mukoko is a versatile striker who knows very well how to find a common language with his teammates before breaking into the box and scoring a goal.
According to AS, Dortmund are interested in keeping the teenager and want to tie him down to a new long-term contract.
It will be a four-year contract worth six million euros per year plus bonuses.
They are ready to invest around £40m to extend his deal.
His price may increase in the future and they may receive a huge transfer fee from one of Europe’s top clubs.
Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke said, “If the ideas of the two parties do not agree, Yusufah will not proceed with us; this is the last offer. It could happen, but of course we hope Mukoko stays with us.”