Sky Sports journalist Florian Plettenberg claims Jude Bellingham is more likely to join Liverpool than Real Madrid this summer. The Borussia Dortmund midfielder is one of the hottest players on the transfer market and major European clubs are interested in signing him.
As widely reported, along with Liverpool and Real Madrid, Manchester City are also tracking the Englishman’s situation. It looks like it’s ready to move into the summer windows.
The Reds were longtime fans of Bellingham. This is also believed to be one of the reasons why he has been reluctant to sign world-class midfielders in the last few transfer windows.
According to Plettenberg, Jürgen Klopp’s side were finally able to sign the England international this summer.
“We will not see Bellingham at Real Madrid, we will see him at Liverpool in the summer,” he told Sky Sports.
Journalists also claimed Bellingham could cost between €100m and €150m if there is no release clause in his contract with Dortmund. He added that Klopp is “pushing” to make the transfer a reality, but has yet to speak one-on-one with the talented midfielder.
“We all think Bellingham will leave this summer and there is no chance Dortmund can keep him at this stage. But he has a deal without a release clause. Because the price will be very high: 150 million euros to him in the summer.
“He has three targets: Real Madrid, Man City and Liverpool. Liverpool is one of the favourites, Jurgen Klopp pushes, pushes, pushes for him and he is his number one. said to be a transfer target for
“Klopp has not yet spoken to Bellingham personally, but he has had conversations with people like Julian Ward. Now we have to find out who is paying.”
How Liverpool target Jude Bellingham fared at Borussia Dortmund
Jude Bellingham joins Borussia Dortmund Transferred from Birmingham City for €25 million. Since then, the youngster has scored 20 goals and provided 22 assists in 113 appearances in all competitions. He won his one title and lifted his DFB his cup in 2021.
Bellingham has had a strong showing this season, scoring 10 goals and assisting four from midfield. What impressed me about the 19-year-old was FIFA World Cup Similarly, one goal and one assist England advance to the quarterfinals. He also became his second-youngest scorer in the Three Lions in his first tournament in four years.