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Entertainment Samuel Eto'o compares Dortmund's mega-talent Moukoko with Lionel Messi!

16:13  21 october  2020
16:13  21 october  2020 Source:   90min.de

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Many BVB fans (and also a few who have nothing to do with the club) have already marked November 20, 2020 in their calendar as a precaution: on this day, the child prodigy Youssoufa Moukoko will be 16 years old - and would then be eligible to play for the professional squad. But Moukoko's name is also making the rounds beyond Germany's borders. The Cameroonian old star Samuel Eto'o even dreams of seeing him in the jersey of FC Barcelona at some point.

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But it will probably take some time until then. After all, the Wonderboy has just reached the BVB professionals. Recently, in the person of his sports director Michael Zorc, he made no secret of the fact that the amendment to the statutes that the DFL decided on this spring with regard to the minimum age for professional players (which was reduced from 18 to 16 years) happened at the energetic instigation of the Westphalia.

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And who will blame them? Any club that has such a gem in their ranks wants to play with him as soon as possible. And those who don't have it think about how much money they will have to put on the table for it on day X. Eto'o's eulogies about the German-Cameroonian certainly do not make him cheaper.


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"There is a young player at Borussia Dortmund. His name is Youssoufa Moukoko ", said the former world-class striker to SPOX and Goal about his compatriot. "He is 15 years old and the next big player for me after Messi. As Lionel is getting older, we could prepare well for the future at Barcelona."

Dreaming is also allowed. Especially since Eto'o goes one better and would like to see Kylian Mbappé next to Moukoko. Together with Antoine Griezmann. When these dreams don't cross with those of other clubs. For the time being, they await November 20th in Dortmund without any dreams and fully in reality. Which, I now like to lean a little further out of the window, will be a turning point in the history of the black and yellow.

International: Eto'o names Moukoko as a possible successor to Messi. .
Stümer legend Samuel Eto'o apparently thinks of BVB jewel Youssoufa Moukoko. When asked which player he would like to succeed Lionel Messi at FC Barcelona, ​​the Cameroonian named the 15-year-old top talent. © Provided by SPOX Samuel Eto'o names Youssoufa Moukoko as a possible Messi successor. "There is a young player at Borussia Dortmund. His name is Youssoufa Moukoko", Eto'o said in an interview with SPOX and Goal .

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