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    The race for Jude Bellingham is on fire

    Football   |   October 9, 2022

     

    If Haaland was the great protagonist of the past transfer market where all the big clubs in Europe were fighting for his services, it is clear that in the next transfer window, Jude Bellingham will be the center of attention.

    Bellingham is followed by the likes of Real Madrid, Manchester City, and Liverpool, to name a few.

    But according to reports from the English press, a new opponent has joined the bids: Chelsea. ‘The Telegraph’ informs that according to their reports, Chelsea has joined the bid for the 19-year-old star of Borussia Dortmund.

    At the moment, it is speculated that the clubs will have to prepare some 150 million if they want to convince Dortmund to get rid of the player.

    In addition, depending on the performance that the young player shows in the Qatar world cup, it is possible that his value will increase.

    From Spain, they report that for Real Madrid, Bellingham is the main objective for the transfer market next summer and that they will do everything possible so that the Premier League does not take the player away from them as happened with Haaland.

    Former English international Ben Foster is clear about the team in which he best fits: “I would love to see him at Manchester United.

    “I think he would enjoy and progress more at Manchester United. He would have a leading role.

    “I’m worried that he will join City and end up a bit like Jack Grealish. I think he would fade a bit.”

    At the moment, the Red Devils have not declared any intention to sign Bellingham, and the club’s financial situation means that such a high signing is out of their reach at the moment.

     

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