Cameroon superstar urges former bosses to sign Borussia Dortmund sensation
According to Samuel Eto’o, Barcelona should target Borussia Dortmund surprise Youssefa Mococco as Lionel Messi’s long-time successor.
The 15-year-old has been named in the BVB’s Champions League squad this season, although he will not be able to compete in the European Premier Club until the age of 16 on November 20.
Despite not yet making his senior debut for Dortmund, Mococo player Barca should be targeted as he is looking for a long-term successor to Messi, according to former Argentina teammate Eto’o, who has twice It was the Champions League. Winner at Camp Nine for five years.
“[There’s] A young player who plays for Dortmund is called Youssef Mokoko, “said Eto’o. The goal When asked if he would like to see Barcelona as the next big signer. “[He’s] 15 years old, and he is the next top player, for me, after Messi.
“As Messi gets older, we can better prepare for Barcelona’s future.”
Eto’o believes Mococo could form a post-Messi front alongside France’s Antoine Griezmann and current Paris Saint-Germain striker Callien Mbep, another player he would love to see move to Camp Nine. .
“With Antoine and Joseph [up front together]”That team will go very well,” Eto’o concluded. “[I’d like to see] Callien Mbepe also at Barcelona. ”
Messi appeared close to exiting Barcelona earlier this summer, handing out a transfer request following the emergency 2019-20 season, which saw Bayern Min Munich beat the Catalan heavyweights 8-2 in the Champions League quarter-finals. Beaten with and knocked out. Real Madrid in La Liga.
The six-time Ballon d’Or winner has finally chosen to stay at Camp Nine at this stage, despite reservations that the club is heading to the club under Ronald Common.
Breca, who started their Champions League campaign against Ferrero-Waldner on Wednesday, are currently ninth in La Liga after four matches, losing 1-0 to Getafe on Saturday.
German-Cameroon forward Mokoko, who was ranked 44th on the NXGN 2020 list of goals, is the youngest player to play and score in the UEFA Youth League, which celebrates the 50 best Wonderkids in football.
He has already represented Germany at the Under-20 level, and has scored 134 goals in 86 appearances for Dortmund between the Under-17 and Under-19 levels.