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RB Leipzig boss:
We don't want to let Yvon Mvogo go without further ado

By Rune Gjerulff

RB Leipzig are willing to let Yvon Mvogo leave, but would like to be able to bring him back to Red Bull Arena eventually.

Yvon Mvogo.
Yvon Mvogo.Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche

RB Leipzig boss Markus Krösche is prepared to let Yvon Mvogo go somewhere else in the search for more playing time, but doesn't want the 25-year-old to leave the club for good.


"We know that he needs match practice to take the next step, and we don't want to stand in his way in this regard," Krösche told Kicker and added:

"But we don't want to let him go without further ado, because we think an awful lot of him and are very convinced about his abilities. We're striving for a constellation that will ensure that we still have access."

The goalkeeper, who has been behind Peter Gulacsi in the pecking order since his arrival in 2017, could possibly extend his current deal, which runs until 2021, and head out on loan. Alternatively, RB Leipzig could sell him and include a buyback option in the deal.

Mvogo, 25, has been linked with a move to Schalke 04.


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