Liverpool and Real Madrid ‘give up’… 210 billion superstar rushes to Man City

 English Premier League Liverpool give up their intention to sign Jude Bellingham (19, Borussia Dortmund), which they tried to entrust to the present and future.

Spain Relevo said on the 12th (Korean time), “Liverpool has moved away from the possibility of signing Bellingham,” and “interest has cooled.”

“After internal discussions over the past few months, the club has decided to focus more on goals rather than investing all financial money in strengthening the midfield.”토토사이트

According to a report by The Times of England along with Lelevo, Borussia Dortmund demanded 150 million euros (approximately 210 billion won) as a transfer fee for Bellingham’s transfer.

Reportedly, ‘going all-in’ on Bellingham was Liverpool’s first plan. Manager Jurgen Klopp praised Bellingham as “an incredible player,” but he has not hidden his will to sign. This is why there was a prospect that Liverpool would actively seek out Bellingham in the upcoming summer transfer window.

However, Liverpool changed their strategy to sign more players with this money and secured a list of replacement players. Along with Alexis McAllister (Brighton and Hove Albion), Mason Mount (Chelsea), Matheus Nunes (Wolverhampton), Moises Caicedo (Brighton) and Yuri Thielemans (Leicester City).

As he is considered one of the best midfielders in the world at the present time beyond the same age, several big clubs, including Liverpool, Manchester City (England), Real Madrid (Spain), and Paris Saint-Germain (France), are involved before Bellingham’s recruitment.

However, the 150 million euro transfer fee was burdensome for Real Madrid as much as Liverpool. “Real Madrid also likes Bellingham a lot, but I have no intention of signing him too much. Real Madrid is considering tightening their belts in the transfer market next summer because of the cost of building a new stadium.”

As a result, Liverpool and Real Madrid are excluded, and the competition to sign Bellingham is compressed with Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, who have abundant funds. Lelevo said, “Manchester City has all the conditions to sign Bellingham,” and cited it as the most likely destination.

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