Liverpool willing to offer over £132million, rivals don’t want bidding war with Reds for signing
Liverpool are currently in 9th position in the Premier League and based on current form, they have very little chance of finishing in the top four.
Fabrizio Romano, a well-known journalist, still thinks the Reds are in the lead in the fight to recruit highly regarded and sought-after talent Jude Bellingham (Born and Red).
According to reports from Spain, Liverpool is a strong candidate to sign the England international during the summer transfer season.
Real Madrid is reportedly hoping that Bellingham’s wish to remain overseas and not go back to England will aid them in obtaining his signature.
The Los Blancos do not want to get into a bidding battle with Liverpool, according to the Madrid-based news outlet, even though they are aware they must make a significant financial commitment to sign the 19-year-old midfielder.
The Borussia Dortmund star’s transfer is reportedly expected to cost up to 150 million euros (£132 million), and the Spanish giants are ready to match that amount. They will not, however, pay extra.
Due to Liverpool’s willingness to increase the price and make an even higher offer than £132 million to sign Bellingham, the reigning European champions are in a difficult situation.
However, BvB is prepared to reach an agreement on a new contract worth 15 million euros per season to keep the player at the Signal Iduna Park until 2026.
The teenager is one of the best young players in the world and deserves to play for the best teams in the top most leagues after scoring 10 goals so far this season.
Liverpool might not take part in the Champions League next term and will need to break their transfer record to sign Jude Bellingham. Do you think they have a chance.