Crystal Palace discussing move for Jobe Bellingham

Crystal Palace are reportedly looking to improve their squad by siging 18-year-old Sunderland midfielder Jobe Bellingham.

Jobe Bellingham is highly rated around England, and Crystal Palace are hoping to sign him this summer. According to a report from Evening Standard, the 18-year-old is one of Oliver Glasner’s priority targets this summer, and the Eagles are in talks to sign him.

Jobe Bellingham joined Sunderland from Birmingham last year, and he has been quite impressive for the Championship outfit this season, scoring seven goals in the league. He is expected to develop into a quality midfielder in the coming season.

So, it is no surprise that Crystal Palace are looking to sign him. He could prove to be a superb long-term investment for the club. The Eagles have also shown interest in other midfielders, including Daichi Kamada.

Crystal Palace have a talented young squad at their disposal, and they are looking to add to the formidable pool of future stars at the club. It remains to be seen whether they can secure an agreement with the Black Cats. The midfielder signed along term contract at the Stadium of Light, and Sunderland are under no pressure to sell him. They could easily demand a premium for the highly rated midfielder.

Jobe Bellingham could be tempted to join Crystal Palace

The opportunity to play in the Premier League will be quite attractive for Bellingham, and he will want to join an exciting club like Crystal Palace this summer is the opportunity presents itself. The 18-year-old will be looking to follow in the footsteps of his brother Jude Bellingham, who is competing at an elite level with Real Madrid.

A move to the Premier League will be an exciting opportunity for Jobe Bellingham at this stage of his career, and he would get to play alongside top quality players and work under a quality manager as well. Crystal Palace might have to shell out a premium to convince the Black Cats to sell the player to the summer. It will be interesting to see how the situation develops.

The 18-year-old certainly has the quality to adapt to the Premier League, and a move to Crystal Palace would be the ideal step up for him right now. Sunderland could be under pressure to sell him if he decides to force an exit.

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