After leaving New York City FC to connect with Dortmund in 2019, Reyna’s potential is bought by those at Signal Iduna Park.
BVB wants to leave Reyna as long as possible
Borussia Dortmund will strive to keep Giovanni Reyna at the club for “as long as possible,” says sporting director Michael Zorc, with contract negotiations being held ahead of his 18th birthday. Teenage sensation enjoying a breakthrough season in Germany. After leaving New York City FC to connect with Dortmund in 2019, Reyna’s potential is bought by those at Signal Iduna Park. Lucien Favre presented the young man with 17 senior appearances in the 2019-20 campaign. However, Reyna works on youth terms at Dortmund and cannot commit himself to a long-term deal until he reaches his next birthday. He will turn 18 on November 13, and Zorc announced that discussions have already been opened regarding conditions that will keep a hot future in his current environment for the foreseeable future.
Reyna and Haaland are playing the leading tole at the club
“Lucien and I very much agree about Reyna and have a good dialogue with him,” Michael told reporters. “When Gio turns 18, we want to keep him with BVB for as long as possible. We will continue this success story”. Gio, who the United States also has high hopes for, is far from the only exciting young talent at Dortmund rank. Many, such as Jadon Sancho and Erling Haaland, play the leading role as regulars of the first team. At the same time, Youssofa Moukoko suggested looking at the academy at what he is capable of. A frontman of Cameroonian descent is being warned about the very top.
His prolific feats as a 15-year-old have already allowed him to train with Favre’s squad. And enter into profitable sponsorship deals with the land. Zorc added to another promising teenager: “Youssufa Moukoko should be integrated into the professional team as soon as possible. He will train with the pros soon.”
Any opportunity to work with experienced stars should contribute to the development of Moukoko. He will be given a chance to watch strictly such as Haaland. So the 19-year-old Norwegian continues to cover the European stage with his exploits in front of the goal. Dortmund worked hard to ensure that they would benefit from that current ability. And future potential by winning the valuable signature race in January. Speculation about the next big-money move for Haaland continues to rage just a few months before his German adventure, but Zorc is glad to see that the young man settled at BVB. He added: “Erling’s goal could not be expected, but at best they hoped for him. We are glad that we were able to integrate him so quickly. He is also far from the end of his development.”