Borussia Dortmund Target PSV Eindhoven Forward Noni Madueke

Noni Madueke

Borussia Dortmund have set their sights on PSV Eidnhoven’s teenage superstar Noni Madueke. Scoring seven times and assisting a further six, the English forward has sparked the interest of the German giants who will be preparing once more to halt Bayern Munich’s domestic dominance.

Dortmund’s interest in the teenage sensation raises further questions about Jadon Sancho’s future. The 21-year-old is edging closer to becoming a Manchester United player with a hefty fee set to come Dortmund’s way.

Borussia Dortmund Set Their Sights on Noni Madueke

Noni Madueke Would Provide Dortmund With Another English Talent

With 13 goal contributions to his name this season, Madueke has propelled himself into one of the most exciting prospects in Europe. These figures look even more impressive when his mere seven starts are taken into account.

Operating primarily on the right-wing, Madueke tends to cut onto his favoured left foot and link up with forwards in and around the box. The 19-year-old is also a willing runner and his intelligent bursts into space have also been a common feature of his game.

Dortmund Looking to Exploit the English Market Once More

Die Schwarzgelben have recently found success in recruiting young Englishmen. The aforementioned Sancho was the first to shine in Dortmund after joining the academy aged 17. The London-born winger’s breakthrough season came during the 2018/19 campaign. A year where he scored 12 times in 34 games. Sancho has since emerged as one of the brightest talents in Europe and is deservedly one of the most sought-after attackers in world football.

Next to try and pave their way to greatness through the Bundesliga was Jude Bellingham. Signing as the most expensive 17-year-old ever in July 2020, his talents were immediately displayed in Dortmund colours. Bellingham ended the season with 29 appearances and an international call-up for Euro 2020 – something that 17-year-olds can usually only dream of.

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