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Real Madrid set to make Liverpool midfielder Jude Bellingham their next summer transfer target


Jul-17 22:21 first published at 22:21 PM

Liverpool may lose another target to Real Madrid, as the European Champions are considering signing midfielder Jude Bellingham for the duration of the team’s existence. Los Blancos ‘will go all out’ for the England international, according to rumors, but a transfer next summer is most likely. Aurelien Tchouameni, who is now playing for Real Madrid, piqued the Reds’ intense attention. Following an alleged €80 million cost being agreed upon, the 22-year-old player from Monaco joined. Photo: Sipa USA/dpa/Bernd Thissen A potential transfer for Bellingham has been put on hold, at least for this summer, as a result of Erling Haaland’s expensive move to Manchester City. Scroll to see more Learn More Diogo Jota’s contract negotiations with Liverpool are expected to pick up speed as the Reds are ready to make a long-term offer. last 8 minutes Liverpool has reported its current summer transfer activity, including transfer fees paid and received. Moving Ben Davies to Rangers might further cut back on spending Last 12 minutes He is amazing. Darwin Nunez: David Thompson’s opinion Last 21 minutes However, a ton of major European clubs will be interested in signing the 19-year-old the next season. Now that it has been reported that the La Liga Champions are interested in the rising star, Liverpool is aware that they must move quickly and complete a deal as soon as possible. It would be devastating to lose Real one more target. Bellingham has demonstrated his talent over the past several months, which is also why he has drawn so much attention. Given that he is still an adolescent, it is obvious that he will be present for a very long time. Learn More Liverpool CoverageWatch: Henderson and Salah Lead Reds To Victory In Singapore As Liverpool Defeats Crystal Palace 2-0 Jurgen Klopp, manager of Liverpool, praises Darwin Nunez as the “proper number 9” Before joining Chelsea, Raheem Sterling admits he “wouldn’t have ruled out a return to Liverpool.” Watch the highlights of Manchester United’s 4-0 victory over Liverpool in a preseason friendly in Bangkok, Thailand. Pundit On Whether Roberto Firmino Will Be A Regular Starter At Liverpool Next Season: “I Think It’s Going To Be Really Difficult” Who, in your opinion, will be Trent Alexander-top Arnold’s backup for Liverpool the following season? Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Spotify, and TikTok are all places you can follow us.

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