Borussia Dortmund’s England midfielder Jude Bellingham is expected to be the subject of much speculation in the next transfer window.
Several top clubs are keen to sign the 19-year-old, with Dortmund offering him a staggering £130m transfer fee as an asking price.
Real Madrid, Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool have all been linked with Bellingham, whose contract with the German side runs until 2025.
MAIN STORY – RED PICK OUT OF BELLINGHAM RACE
Liverpool refused to participate in the race for the midfielder of Borussia Dortmund. Jude Bellinghamreports The Athletic.
The Reds had previously made him their priority signing but have now pulled out of the race given the cost and the impact it will have on their transfer budget in the off-season.
Football.London claims Liverpool will turn their attention to Chelsea instead. Mason Mount as a priority midfield target.
Other potential targets mentioned by The Athletic are the Brighton and Hove Albion pairing. Moises Caicedo And Alexis Mac Allister together with Bayern Munich Ryan Gravenbirch.
– real Madrid considering a free transfer for Liverpool Roberto FirminoIt is reported by El Nacional. The Brazilian will leave Anfield when his contract expires at the end of this season.
Mark says. Madrid also interested in Villarreal Samuel Chukwueze, who scored twice against the “creamy” on Saturday. The Nigerian’s contract runs until 2024 and includes a €100m buyout clause, although Villarreal could reportedly agree to accept around half that amount at the end of that period.
– Bavaria came into view to sign the Napoli striker Victor Osimhen The German champions are considering a bid for the Nigerian, according to Sky Germany.
– Football Insider reports that Brighton and Hove Albion are ready to accept an £80m offer from Manchester United for midfielder Caicedowhich signed a new long-term deal until 2027 in March after January interest from Arsenal.
– AS claims Chelsea held talks with the Barcelona midfielder gaviwith an agent to discuss a possible free move to Chelsea during the off-season.