It was only this past summer that Boehly spent big on the likes of Sterling, Kalidou Koulibaly, Wesley Fofana and Marc Cucurella. But Chelsea’s interest in Moukoko suggests Chelsea are prepared to look at youth players with an eye for the long-term.
Moukoko is regarded as one of the brightest prospects in Germany and his performances this year earned him a call-up to the World Cup squad. He’s already scored six goals as well as providing four assists in 14 Bundesliga matches.
Dortmund are in a difficult position though as the 19-year-old’s contract expires next summer with no progress on talks for a new deal. That could see Chelsea swoop in with an agreement next month, but Dortmund remain hopeful they will get a breakthrough with their star attacker.