Borussia Dortmund wonder-kid Emre Mor wowed lovers of the beautiful game once again with his mesmerising skills.
Mor came on as a second half substitute in the 3-0 victory over Eintracht Trier in the German Cup on Monday.
The 19-year-old sparked a social media storm soon after his introduction with his dribbling ability.
Mor’s skills have started earning him the nickname the ‘Turkish Messi’… it is still way too early to be comparing the young lad to one of the best players the world has ever seen but there is no denying he has potential.
However, it was Borussia Dortmund who pulled the trigger and snapped up the youngster on a five-year big money deal.
Mor was not even worth €1 million at the time but has seen a 900 percent increase in just a fortnight and is now worth €16 million according to Transfermarkt.
Mor is type of transfer you would expect from Jurgen Klopp during his time in charge of Borussia Dortmund. It was however, his successor at the German giants who managed to convince Mor to make the move.
“I was not even thinking about Dortmund but then I got a call from Thomas Tuchel and he told me directly that he wants me at the club and that he has big plans for me,” Mor said after the Turkey game against Croatia at Euro 2016.
“If it was not for Tuchel I probably would not have joined but he convinced me where nobody else could.”