Transfer blow for Man Utd, Chelsea and Liverpool as Germany ace Youssoufa Moukoko set to sign new deal at Dortmund | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED, Chelsea and Liverpool have been dealt a blow with Youssoufa Moukoko set to sign a new contract at Borussia Dortmund, according to reports.

The Prem trio have all been trying to convince the teenager to swap the Bundesliga for English football.


But their attempts are likely to end in disappointment.

That's because Ruhr Nachrichten claim that Moukoko is expected to commit his future to the German outfit.

Moukoko's current deal expires at the end of the season, but he's set to be rewarded for his rapid progression with fresh terms.

The report claims a "positive decision" could be reached, but potentially beyond this month.

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The 18-year-old has emerged as one of the most in-demand young players in Europe this term.

Moukoko has registered an impressive six goals and four assists in less than 800 minutes of Bundesliga action.

That puts him top of Dortmund's goalscoring charts in the league, even ahead of the likes of Jude Bellingham and Marco Reus.

Such is Moukoko's form, he was a wildcard pick for Germany's World Cup squad even BEFORE he won a cap.

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He would make his international debut less than six days later, starting the warm-up victory over Oman.

Moukoko hardly got a chance in Qatar, but he did make his tournament bow as a late substitute in the defeat to Japan.

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