Ajax, PSV Eindhoven overtake Barcelona in race to sign Belgian wonderkid defender

In recent weeks, Barcelona have made a move to sign highly-rated Belgian defender Jorthy Mokio, who made four appearances for Gent’s first team last season at the age of 16. Deco has been working on the deal, which had the Catalan giants ahead of the rest of the competition.

However, they could now have fallen behind in the race to secure Mokio’s signature, as Relevo have reported that both Ajax and PSV Eindhoven have offered more lucrative packages to the talented teenager. Because of this, the situation is considered to be wide open.

Barcelona’s stance on the matter is cautious, as they are unsure whether they will be able to convince Mokio to join. They do have the lure of La Masia, and in recent years, they have shown a clear pathway to the first team – something that Hansi Flick is set to carry on during his tenure.

Mokio would be a top signing for Barcelona, and he’d been another excellent prospect in their youth system. It’s far from guaranteed that they will sign him, but they’ve got as good a chance as anyone.

Tags Ajax Barcelona Jorthy Mokio PSV Eindhoven

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  1. Hahahahahha another overtake?
    Has the rat pack actually made a purchase they desired so far?
    Doesnt seem that way.
    Guess it has something to do with wasting all the money on a HGHmidget, either those treatments were damn expensive (and useless because he is still a midget) or he was on wages that were a bit above their economical possibilities.
    Good thing you can borrow money, bad thing you will need to return said borrowed money. Also good thing that laPorka learned a damn thing from living above his standards since he is STILL indebting brokELona and borrowing more to keep them afloat, creating a negative downward spiral of debt.

    PAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAVANNA OH NA NA

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