A number of clubs have expressed interest in Moukoko, whose contract with Dortmund expires at the end of the season
. Moukoko’s form is already on, but now they need to step up with Broja injured,
with Chelsea’s previous plan being to use the Bosman rule. by signing a contract in advance Then wait for a free transfer in the summer, however, they have adjusted a new plan that may try to grab it in January.
Having only recently turned 18, the sky could be the limit for Moukoko. The next step in his career might come in 2023, since his contract expires at the end of the season.
Ornstein wrote that “Chelsea are exploring the possibility of bringing Youssoufa Moukoko to Stamford Bridge.”
Their interest comes in the aftermath of an injury suffered by Armando Broja during a mid-season friendly over the weekend. The Albania international could be out for a while after leaving the pitch on a stretcher.
Moukoko has received interest from Liverpool and Manchester United as well, he has not denied the possibility. Yes, in renewing a new contract with the agency as well
Chelsea could have Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Kai Havertz as options up front. But the pair scored just seven goals combined, with Raheem Sterling being the team’s top scorer this season with five goals.