Sport BVB training start: Moukoko comes first and on foot

12:16  30 july  2020
12:16  30 july  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Moukoko should be introduced to the professionals in the new season, could even make his debut in the first team.

"We want to integrate him into the squad so that he learns to play with professionals," BVB sports director Michael Zorc said last.

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In addition to Moukoko, trainer Lucien Favre also promoted the 18-year-old Knauff to the professional squad.

A good half hour after Moukoko, newcomer Jude Bellingham arrived at the training area.

The 17-year-old was brought by car by his mother Denise.

In order for Bellingham to settle in to Dortmund as quickly and as well as possible, he is accompanied and supported by his family in the initial phase.

BVB had signed Bellingham from the Premier League club Birmingham City for 23 million euros.

Sancho also

Jadon Sancho, who is persistently associated with Manchester United, also participated in the season opener of the black and yellow.

Sancho was a co-driver with Dan-Axel Zagadou.

The BVB bosses had recently made it clear that Sancho would not be sold for less than 120 million euros. The 20-year-old's contract in Dortmund runs for two more years.

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