“I want to play for…” – Watch Jude Bellingham makes final decision as he picks preferred transfer destination between the likes of Liverpool, Real Madrid & Manchester United
Jude Bellingham chooses his desired transfer destination over the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool.
Jude Bellingham, a midfielder for Borussia Dortmund, is apparently interested in moving to Real Madrid next summer despite also being connected with many Premier League teams.
Bellingham is one of the most promising young players in football right now, so it stands to reason that a number of clubs in both England and Europe will be vying for his services in the near future.
The Athletic reports that the 19-year-old might cost over £130 million next summer and have options like Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Chelsea.
However, Marca quotes writer Jose Alvarez Haya as saying that it’s possible that he might prefer a transfer to Real Madrid while speaking on the El Chiringuito show.
Jude Bellingham began his professional career at Birmingham City, but given how well he performed during his time in Germany, it’s possible that he’s not in a rush to play football there again.
Could he travel to Spain next? If the Marca claim is accurate, it appears the England international would choose Los Blancos above teams like Liverpool and Manchester United.
This might be a major setback for LFC, who appear to be in desperate need of the immediate arrival of a top-tier young midfielder.
United would undoubtedly gain from having a player of that kind play in what has been a problem position for a while, and new manager Erik ten Hag will likely receive extra funding after a busy summer this year.
However, Bellingham might also believe that relocating to Madrid would increase his chances of winning prestigious awards given that Carlo Ancelotti’s team won both the Champions League and La Liga last year.
In comparison, United are still in a transitional phase and don’t currently appear to be a lock for Champions League football next year, while Liverpool just won both domestic cups and now appear to be regressing.