Bellingham chooses Real Madrid – AS USA

Jude Bellingham (19 years old) remains firm: he wants Real Madrid and the choice of midfield is a priority Los Blancos. According to AS, the Englishman prefers Madrid as a return to England is not currently part of the player’s plans. When he left Birmingham for Germany at the age of 17, it was a very calculated decision, as he decided that an overseas experience would help his career more than staying in his home country. He wanted to become a star outside his home country, which is what Dortmund were good at and there is no reason to change that.

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Madrid received feedback from those around Bellingham who were consolidating their plans, which made Bellingham Galáctico 2023 (Haaland will be 2024). Owning Bellingham’syes i doTheir pockets are vital to the strong operation the club has built around this transfer. Madrid will thus avoid entering into a bloody bidding war with their big three potential British employers, Manchester City, United and Liverpool, which would raise Bellingham’s price to a price that the Spanish side would not be able to afford. With that complicated alternate reality, It would be easy to reach an agreement with Borussia Dortmund, a club that has good relations with Madrid.

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Despite this big card up Real Madrid’s magic sleeve, the club is realistic about transfer pricing and even more so after the midfielder’s excellent World Cup with the Three Lions. Even if Dortmund do not plan to fight, a €120 million deal is inevitable. The German club’s boss, Hans-Joachim Watzke, is keen to maintain this fluid relationship with Real Madrid, which has given him privileged access to several of Real Madrid’s young stars on loan in recent years, including Hakimi Ashraf and Reinier.

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From the Spanish club’s point of view, Bellingham’s positive attitude solves one of the possible questions about his adaptation, which is his transition to the dressing room. Madrid want him to share the space with Modric in 2023 and have swapped sweet spots between the pitches from 2024.While Horvat is expected to start a new chapter in his life, he could either retire with all the trophies he wants or start a new adventure in another country.

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SEVILLE, SPAIN – OCTOBER 05: Jude Bellingham of Borussia Dortmund moves before the UEFA Champions League Group G match between Sevilla FC and Borussia Dortmund at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on October 5, 2022 in Seville, Spain. (Photo by Fran Santiago/Getty Images)Fran SantiagoGetty

“Bellingham – the future of midfielders”They are concluded within the corridors of Madrid, but the adaptation of the British footballer Los Blancos It is a recurring historical event with completely different results. David Beckham and Steve McManaman managed it, but Michael Owen and Jonathan Woodgate not so much.. And there is the latest example of Gareth Bale, who is in a league of his own.

As AS has revealed on previous occasions, Madrid have chosen to enter the market only for certain footballers or irreplaceable opportunities (Rüdiger, for example): Bellingham is part of that first group. Despite his age, he is considered ready to step up and lead the way in the senior team. There is also the possibility that it could end up in the moneyed hands of the Premier League due to the huge economic potential of the Big Six. (Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal), it is almost impossible to get him out of the bubble in the future.

What else, Bellingham Qatar was the only English player not to play in the Premier League and never did. ThereforeMadrid have been working with the player to present themselves as the best alternative outside of England.

AL KHOR, QATAR - DECEMBER 10: England's Jude Bellingham during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 quarter final match between England and France on December 10, 2022 at Al Bait Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar.  (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

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AL KHOR, QATAR – DECEMBER 10: England’s Jude Bellingham during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 quarter final match between England and France on December 10, 2022 at Al Bait Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)Richard HeathcoteGetty

The World Cup was Bellingham’s latest flash of brilliance, lining up alongside Musiala (Bayern) as Bundesliga superstars. At Dortmund, he emerged as a complete midfielder, who was now already huge, expanding his influence with goals. He is on the verge of reaching ten goals this season and he is the team’s top scorer in this Champions League with four goals. In the round of 16, he will return home as the draw pits Dortmund against Chelsea.

With his projected rise, Madrid, with Ancelotti first on the list, fits like a glove in the midfield overhaul the club began two years ago. Feder ValverdeReal Madrid was a project run by Castilla (Team B). Kamawinga (20 years old) in 2021. Tchouameni (age 22) in 2022 and Bellingham at age 20 would be a piece of the 2023 puzzle. it is A construction project without pressure can create a mixture with veterans Modric and Kroosthey hold masterclasses with each other every week, creating a high level of competition in the eleven.

There is money to fight it

Madrid need to make a strong investment in Jude Bellingham to complete their coveted young midfield partnership – but Financially there will be no problem. The signing of Tchuameni was split (€20m of the €100m total in variables) and then the club cashed in with Casemiro (€72m fixed and €13m in variables). Dortmund’s talent is another footballer who is unlikely to break the €100m barrier, but Madrid have the muscle to do so.


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