Youssef Mokoko, a young Cameroonian with German citizenship, is considered one of the most promising footballers of his generation, in conflict with his parents, and, according to the newspaper “Bild”, he wants to expel them from the house. The striker – who will be in the sights of Barcelona, according to ‘Sport’, from Spain – is a few days away from reaching adulthood (he will turn 18 on November 20), has already played in the Bundesliga and is very close to signing her first major contract. But the family dispute means that Mukoko does not want to renew with Borussia Dortmund, although the club has put on the table a three-year contract, with a salary of more than 10 million euros per season. The player, according to the same newspaper, is waiting for him to reach the age of majority to sign the contract he wants.
Until now, he had relied on his father to make these decisions, but now he wants to sever that bond and tie himself up to businessman Patrick Williams, which will affect the player’s relationship with his family. The parents accuse the agent of greed and negative influence on Yusuf Mukoko who wants to prevent the parents from accessing their money at any cost.
The young man is so upset with his family that, according to “Bild”, he intends to make a forced auction of the house in which his parents live, located in the south of Hamburg and worth more than one million euros.
A case has already reached court and will be adjudicated on November 10.
Mukoko scored four goals this season in the German League, providing three assists in 10 matches. It has been used in four Champions League matches and two German Cup matches.
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