Chelsea are ready to pay a fortune for the striker who is in demand

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Reports suggest that Chelsea are willing to compete with Barcelona to sign the Borussia Dortmund player Youssoufa Moukoko. Barcelona were previously interested in Palmeiras’ Endrick but they have shifted their interest after Real Madrid took the lead to sign the player. Moukoko’s contract expires in 2023 therefore Barcelona are hoping to sign the player for free next season rather than spending a huge amount on the Brazilian. Though signing the German player will not be very easy for the La Liga team as many other teams have approached the player.

Chelsea are reportedly ‘willing to pay a fortune’ for the player

Other big clubs have approached the German international’s entourage. Furthermore Chelsea is said to be one of those clubs who are ‘willing to pay a fortune’ for the player. However, the Premier League team have to convince the young player. As it has been informed that the teenager will either sign a new contract with BVB. The player could continue to play for his parent club. If BVB manages to convince him that he is indeed included in the future of the club. Furthermore the German club is also doing pretty well in the Bundesliga therefore there is still a chance for that. The player even favors a move to Camp Nou. Barcelona should contemplate whether they want to sign a new young player. They would have to look if they wants a young player. Or sign a more experienced forward for their attack.

As for Chelsea, they will have to offer Moukoko a convincing sporting project if they really wish for him to play at Stamford Bridge. Though their past records of bringing in young players to the club have not been great so far. If the deal goes through, then the Blues’ fans would be hoping for a different results. They would be hoping that Moukoko will be to live up to his hype.

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