After several offers for his first professional contract with his current club AS Monaco, 17-year-old youngster Adam Muley finally signed with Hoffenheim on Saturday.
A promising young man has slipped from the fingers of Monaco. This Saturday, Adam Muley, just 17, signed his first professional contract with Hoffenheim. Arriving at the Rock in 2019, the young Spaniard had received several offers from ASM but favored a departure in Germany.
In this case, Monaco will receive no remuneration, as the winger is coming to the end of his contract this summer. Born in Valence (Spain) of Congolese origin, Mulay worked for the youth teams of Paris Saint-Germain and AC Boulogne-Billancourt, before joining the Académie du Rocher.
Many German clubs are interested
Bisexual, able to strike with both right and left foot, he played several games with the ASM U19s this year and was presented as one of the training center’s hopes. Arriving already in Hoffenheim, he had the opportunity to pose with the jersey of his new club.
As The Indian Paper revealed, Mule had already made the decision to leave Monaco at the end of January. Several other German clubs had shown interest in his profile, including Leipzig, Bayer Leverkusen or Hertha Berlin.