A number of clubs have expressed interest in acquiring Jude Bellingham this summer, with Liverpool, Manchester City, and Real Madrid appearing to hold the upper hand at this point in the competition. Not only Chelsea but also Manchester United have been looking for a new player.
Because City are not the type of organization that is known for spending an inordinate amount of money on a single player, they were in last place in a three-horse race. According to a report from AS, there is a fresh development in the story, which comes after it appeared for a while that Liverpool was in the lead in the competition.
According to them, Liverpool has withdrawn from the competition to recruit Bellingham, which means that Madrid has emerged as the front-runner in the fighт to secure his services.
Instead, the attention of Pool is likely to be directed toward two other players who stood out at the World Cup. These players are Enzo Fernandez and Sofyan Amrabat. The former is estimated to be worth over 120 million Euros, while the latter may sell for close to 40 million Euros on his own.
According to the report, the Borussia Dortmund midfielder would rather play for Madrid than go back to England at this time. This information comes from the source.
Dortmund has requested a transfer fee of approximately €150 million for the services of the 19-year-old player, but it appears extremely improbable that Real Madrid will agree to pay that sum. According to earlier accounts, Florentino Perez is prepared to increase his offer as high as €120 million, but he will not go further than that.
The facт that Madrid’s relationship with Dortmund is on such positive terms is a very helpful one for Madrid. Since Los Blancos’ signing of Nuri Sahin in 2011, Perez and Hand-Joaquim Watzke, CEO of the BVB, have been friends with one another.
Since then, they have come into contact with one another very frequently in the context of the transfer market, including Sahin’s transfer back to Dortmund. Alternately, the loans that were provided by Achraf Hakimi and Jesus Renier.
AS further asserts that the Yellow and Blacks “made it simpler” for Madrid to recruit Erling Haaland this summer, despite the facт that the Spanish club ultimately decided to pursue Kylian Mbappe instead.