Jude Bellingham is a sought-after individual. Chelsea hasn’t ruled out stepping in for the highly sought-after midfielder, despite the fact that Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, and Real Madrid will all fancy their chances at acquiring the Borussia Dortmund star this summer.
The England international’s transfer fee now appears to have been agreed at a minimum of £110 million. This might force United out of the bidding process because Erik ten Hag may only have a little transfer budget, according to the Telegraph.
The asking price would surpass both the record sum paid by a British club and the record for a British player, which is now held by Jack Grealish at £100 million. Todd Boehly broke that particular record in January when he paid £106 million for fellow midfielder Enzo Fernandez.
Jude Bellingham is a well-liked person. Despite the fact that Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, and Real Madrid will all fancy their chances at signing the Borussia Dortmund star this summer, Chelsea hasn’t ruled out stepping in for the highly sought-after midfielder.
The transfer cost for the England international now appears to have been set at a minimum of £110 million. Due to Erik ten Hag, this may compel United to withdraw from the bidding process.
According to one insider who spoke to the Telegraph, “all is open” in terms of his ideal location. The price that has been proposed is marginally higher than what has previously been stated; it was just anticipated that he would cost more than £100 million.
Dortmund is still interested in keeping the midfielder past this summer, and they don’t appear to be willing to just give the teenager the boot. Declan Rice is a potential target for Boehly and company, who are believed to be slightly trailing Madrid and Liverpool in the battle to sign Bellingham.