The exceptionally talented Youssoufa Moukoko did not want to be defeated during the tough season with some appearances at Borussia Dortmund. “I want to attack next year,” the 17-year-old told the U21 international television station The sky And this Kicker After his next brace for the German youth selection. He said he was “very motivated” after winning 2-1 (1-1) in Poland at the end of the European Championship qualifiers on Tuesday evening. “Now I have a break, I can hold my breath and then I can fully attack next season.”
The football youth has not commented on his future. His contract with BVB expires in 2023, and according to managing director Hans-Joachim Watzke, the club wants to extend it with Moukoko. Moukoko said professional businesses need to learn to deal with great pressure. “I think I can deal with it. I don’t have to prove anything to anyone but myself. I learned it.” His environment with his parents and his mentor is very important.
In the U21s, Moukoko has scored six goals in four games – thanks to coach Antonio de Salvo, according to the striker. He said it was my job to score. “Here I get the coach’s confidence. He told me from the beginning: ‘I trust you.’ It gave me a lot of confidence. ”
Last season was “too hard” for him with multiple injuries. “But you learn a lot from injuries, and I learned to deal with them.” Meanwhile, he has also become accustomed to the intensity of professional football. “I had to deal with it first. My body was not ready yet. But I worked hard on myself and I was doing it every day to reach the required level,” he said. “But now I feel so much better.”