‘145 billion’ supernova, countdown to Real begins… Negotiations begin this week
Jude Bellingham’s transfer to Real Madrid is becoming visible.
Bellingham is considered one of the best prospects in Europe. Born in 2003, Bellingham made his professional debut in Birmingham in 2019, and quickly moved to Germany the following year to Borussia Dortmund. Despite his young age, he adapted quickly and established himself as a starter in no time.
He has already established himself as a key player in the national team. At Euro 2020, he also played an active part in the England national team’s third lineup with Declan Rice, and led the team’s runner-up. He also performed well at the last World Cup in Qatar. Bellingham, who scored on his A-match debut against Iran in the group stage, recorded an assist against Senegal in the round of 16. He lost to France in the quarterfinals, but recorded one goal and one assist in five games in his first World Cup.
Several big clubs salivated. Bellingham has received interest from big clubs including Manchester City, Liverpool and Real Madrid. The clubs competed fiercely, and naturally, the transfer fee soared to 100 million euros (approximately 144.8 billion won).
After fierce competition, Real Madrid is gaining momentum. The British media ‘BBC’ reported that the competition to recruit Bellingham had virtually ended with Real’s victory. ‘BBC said, “Real Madrid are conducting negotiations to sign Bellingham for a transfer fee of 100 million euros (approximately 144.8 billion).”
Naturally, Dortmund want as much money as possible. ‘BBC’ said, “It is understood that Dortmund want 150 million euros (about 217.2 billion) for Bellingham’s transfer fee.” It is the intention not to easily send a world-class prospect.토토사이트
However, Bellingham’s move to Real Madrid could come sooner than expected. German media ‘Bild’ said on the 17th (Korean time), “Real Madrid will visit Dortmund this week to negotiate Bellingham’s transfer.” “Real wants to sign a contract until 2029, and plans an annual salary of 20 million euros (about 28.9 billion won),” he added, revealing specific negotiation conditions.
Meanwhile, it is said that the upcoming European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) semi-finals may accelerate Bellingham’s transfer. According to ‘Bilt’, if Real were eliminated by Manchester City in the Champions League semi-finals, Bellingham’s signing could be speeded up. Real will play the second leg of the semi-finals away from Manchester at 4:00 am on the 18th. It is true that Real is burdened by a 1-1 draw in the first leg. Real’s Champions League performance is a variable that can advance or delay Bellingham’s transfer.