Man City ‘willing to sell Jack Grealish’ to fund Jude Bellingham transfer as new Liverpool rival emerges
According to reports, Manchester City are willing to part ways with Jack Grealish in order to pay for a transfer of Liverpool-wanted Borussia Dortmund player Jude Bellingham.
According to reports, Manchester City is prepared to part ways with Jack Grealish in order to raise money for a transfer of Liverpool-wanted Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham.
In the summer of 2021, the defending Premier League champions shattered the British transfer record by paying £100 million to acquire Grealish from Aston Villa.
Similar, if not higher, money is anticipated to be required to wrest Bellingham away from Dortmund. Along with teams like Manchester United and Real Madrid, the 19-year-old is reportedly wanted by Liverpool, City, and other teams.
In addition, a new report from Football Insider claims that due to Financial Fair Play regulations, City will have to ‘part-fund’ any move for the teenager and that selling Grealish, who has struggled to establish himself in Pep Guardiola’s starting XI since his historic transfer from boyhood club Villa, is a’realistic prospect’.
Vitinha from Porto, Renato Sanches from Lille, Fabian Ruiz from Napoli, and Carlos Soler from Valencia were the four midfielders that PSG acquired throughout the summer.
The report asserts that Bellingham, who is currently shining for England at the World Cup, is “one of the tracks for PSG” and that manager Christophe Galtier “still hopes for reinforcements.”