Report: Borussia Dortmund star now desperate for Premier League move, Liverpool are interested

Youssoufa Moukoko is reportedly keen to make a move to the Premier League, with Liverpool interested in the Borussia Dortmund forward.

The Germany international has long been linked with a move to Anfield, with Moukoko a player who is clearly rated by Liverpool’s scouting team having broken numerous records at Dortmund.

And now, according to TeamTalk, the teenager is eager to make the switch to England in 2024, with Moukoko’s future still up in the air ahead of crunch transfer talks with Dortmund in the coming weeks.

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With the Bundesliga giants reportedly open to selling the 19-year-old in January, Liverpool could now pounce for Moukoko when the transfer window opens for business.

Indeed, an attacker could be on Liverpool’s mind heading into the new year with Mohamed Salah expected to leave Anfield next summer amid ongoing links to Saudi Arabia.

And Moukoko could be a potential replacement for the 31-year-old winger, with the Dortmund youngster still one of the highest-rated teenagers on the planet and someone who could work well under Jurgen Klopp.

Youssoufa Moukoko could be great for Liverpool if Borussia Dortmund sell

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Having made his professional debut at 16, Moukoko has been around the big leagues for quite some time despite his tender age.

And for Liverpool, Moukoko could be an excellent fit, with the forward a versatile option who can learn from the likes of Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota.

The youngster has shown numerous times at Dortmund that he has the potential to become a genuine attacking superstar at the right club in the right system with the right manager.

And Liverpool could tick all three boxes, with Klopp one of the best in the world at getting the best out of young players, especially those who are as exciting as Moukoko.

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