Manchester United have reportedly made an offer worth €120 million for Jude Bellingham, but the midfielder has his heart set on Real Madrid.
According to Tutto Mercato Web, Manchester United have reportedly submitted a €120 million offer for Jude Bellingham. The Red Devils are keen on Borussia Dortmund’s 13-goal star. But the England international has his heart set on joining Real Madrid.
Jude Bellingham is the big hot topic of the upcoming summer window. The midfielder is set for a big-money move away from Borussia Dortmund, but his destination is unclear. However, Real Madrid are the clear favourites to bring the England international.
Liverpool were the big early contender to bring him back to England, but their interest has cooled recently. The Reds are now trying to invest in more players than one, with Alexis Mac Allister their latest target for the midfield berth.
While Bellingham has plenty of suitors despite his huge asking price, Manchester United have emerged with a surprise. The Red Devils have reportedly lodged a €120 million bid for Borussia Dortmund’s 13-goal star ahead of the summer.
Dortmund have always asked for a fee close to €150 million, and Manchester United’s €120 million offer is as close as it comes. There may be some heartbreak in store for Erik ten Hag’s men after their surprise entry into the race for Bellingham.
Bellingham wants to join Real Madrid at all costs and is already planning his next adventure in the Spanish capital. Manchester United have other targets on their shortlist. As for the England international’s future, it’s already in the works.
Real Madrid are already looking to finalise a deal for the English star, although they are yet to make an offer. There’s a belief a deal might conclude between the Spanish giants and Dortmund in the coming weeks, as the transfer seems like an early wrap.
In Spain, reports suggest they will renew Toni Kroos and Luka Modric’s deals. But it is unlikely to affect their pursuit of Bellingham. The big question would revolve around the money needed to convince Dortmund, something Real Madrid are known to pay in the past.
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