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Real Madrid might walk away from Jude Bellingham transfer – Man United News And Transfer News

Jude Bellingham is already causing an uproar until next summer.

The Borussia Dortmund star is expected to leave Germany in search of a “bigger” club as he takes the next step in his career.

Chelsea, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Barcelona are listed as interested – along with longtime admirers Manchester United.

It is said that Dortmund is willing to initiate negotiations. If the club proposes an asking price of 100 million euros, it is hoped that the final amount will be increased to around 150 million euros. They may have reason to raise the asking price significantly.

This CIES (International Center for Sports Research) has compiled a list of the most expensive players for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Bellingham’s transfer value is at the top of the list.

The Englishman is worth 202 million euros, 1 million euros more than Real Madrid’s Brazilian winger Vinicius Jr.

If he is to compliment the suggestion with a positive performance on the biggest international stage of the month, Dortmund will no doubt use it to their advantage.

Indeed, the German giants are yet to accept Bellingham’s departure and are keen to offer the young midfielder a new deal, according to reports Athletic.

Given Madrid’s strong interest in Bellingham, Spanish outlet sports There are signs that Florentino Perez will not hesitate to quit if Dortmund raise their asking price to an overwhelming figure.

“It is clear that Madrid will not reach the 150 million euros Borussia is asking for, let alone 202 million euros. [indicated by CIES]”

Borussia Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Vatzer recently said the club would hold talks with their star midfielder after the World Cup to assess his position.

He went on, “We don’t have to pretend this is off the table. If the really big clubs are involved then we can’t fight financially.”

With Madrid likely to back out of a transfer blackmail and Liverpool owners FSG also looking to sell the club, the way could open for Manchester United to become a viable destination for Bellingham.

United director of football John Murtaugh has said the club does not expect to enter the January transfer market. With the extra funds, the club can go all-in on high-profile summer pursuits.

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