Reporter Kim Min-cheol = Yoo Supa Mukoko (18, Borussia Dortmund)’s criteria for choosing her next destination were clear.
British media ‘The Times’ reported on the 16th (Korean time), “Mukoko, who is receiving attention from Manchester United (Man United), Chelsea and Liverpool, will not sign a contract with a team that wants to put him on the bench.”
Mukoko is regarded as one of the best prospects in Germany. Despite his young age, he was already recognized as a goal scorer as he became a regular in Dortmund.
His momentum this season is also unusual. Mukoko has posted 6 goals and 6 assists across all competitions this season. Thanks to this kind of performance, he was also honored to board the German national football team.토토사이트
The rapid growth also caught the attention of the big clubs. According to reports, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool are planning to sign Mukoko in the January transfer window next year to fill the gap in the attacking line caused by release and injury.
There is enough space to dig in. Mukoko is facing the expiry of his contract next June. Dortmund offered an annual salary of 4.4 million pounds (approximately 7 billion won) to renew the contract, but Mukoko wants 6 million pounds (approximately 9.5 billion won).
The Times said, “Dortmund is preparing a new proposal for Mukoko’s stay. If Mookoko’s demands are not met, interest from Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool will increase.”