Liverpool edging closer to incredible striker coup after agreed deal tees up double Dortmund delight

Youssoufa Moukoko and Jude

Youssoufa Moukoko might join Liverpool thanks to a deal that is ‘in place,’ and Jurgen Klopp has been ordered to read FSG the riot code in order to complete a double in January.

The Youssoufa Moukoko excellence!

In recent weeks, talk of Liverpool making a move for the sensational 17-year-old striker has grown. The German youth international, whose deal with Dortmund is set to expire next summer, has reportedly left Klopp speechless.

His contractual status is far from clear; according to Monday’s Euro Paper Talk. Moukoko could decline to agree to new conditions due to an internal family conflict. In that case, Dortmund could be compelled to sell in January. It is to keep Moukoko from becoming a free agent in eight months.

This year, Moukoko has started more frequently than not as the offensive spearhead for Dortmund. In 10 Bundesliga games this season, he has four goals and three assists, including a crucial goal in the 2-2 draw against arch-rivals Bayern Munich on October 8.

Moukoko on the Liverpool radar?

Moukoko allegedly agreed to a contract to join the English football agency Unique Sports Management when he turns 18 the following month.

According to reports, this will “pave the way” for a transfer to the Premier League. And Liverpool are the only English team that have been placed in serious consideration as a potential suitor for his services.

How much Liverpool will have to spend to sign Moukoko is not known. His tremendous potential would indicate that a deal wouldn’t be cheap. However, Dortmund‘s position would be weakened by the fact that he will only have six months remaining on his contract by January.

Liverpool’s eyes are not only on Dortmund sensation Moukoko. Jude Bellingham’s fondness for them is widely known. Liverpool’s severe need for a midfield makeover is also well-known.

Bellingham has regarded as the club’s top choice to guide the midfield’s next phase of development under Klopp.

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