Borussia Dortmund keen on Tottenham attacker Mikey Moore

Borussia Dortmund has made a massive offer to prise Mikey Moore from Tottenham, as they are keen to snap up the exciting winger. 

According to Football Insider, Borussia Dortmund is keen on signing Mikey Moore from Tottenham, with the north Londoners facing an uphill battle to keep hold of the teenage sensation. This is the second German side in recent weeks to exploit a loophole in the British system, with Brexit rules likely to see many clubs lose their promising talents. 

Borussia Dortmund in Mikey Moore chase

Borussia Dortmund are keen to sign Mikey Moore this summer from Tottenham. They are eager to snap up the 16-year-old prodigy on the cheap. The teenager has been impressing in the youth ranks for Spurs, who are keen to keep their academy talent. 

However, there are challenges ahead, as the Germans have made a massive offer for his services, which could end up tempting the teenager to join them. Meanwhile, there’s no clarity on the offer they have made so far, although they will have to pay a decent compensation fee to Tottenham. 

Spurs are facing an uphill battle to keep hold of the teenager this summer, as Moore can sign professional terms once he turns 17. Hence, Tottenham must make a compelling offer to keep hold of their talent, which might involve them making a competing proposal to match Dortmund. 

Dortmund may have successfully breached the system that effectively allows teams from Germany and elsewhere to exploit a problem in the British system. Whether Tottenham are able to keep hold of the 16-year-old prodigy remains the question, as things do look bleak. 

German clubs are exploiting Brexit loophole

Some weeks ago, Bayern Munich seemed to have sneered Arsenal talent Chido-Obi Martin away, but the Gunners are still hopeful of keeping him. This is a big problem for the English side, which cannot offer professional terms to their prodigious talents until they turn 17, which is not the case in Germany. 

German sides can tie down players to professional contracts at the age of 16, meaning they have a golden chance to offer significant ernough terms that English sides would not to teenage, scholarship players. 

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