Jude Bellingham Set to Become Liverpool’s Record Signing After Choosing Move to Anfield
After becoming close friends with England teammates Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson, it is becoming increasingly likely that Jude Bellingham will move to Liverpool, where he will play for the English club’s first team.
After England was knocked out of the World Cup on Saturday night, Trent-Alexander Arnold and Jordan Henderson will return to Liverpool because they were successful in completing their covert mission to bring Jude Bellingham to Anfield. This will take place after England’s elimination from the tournament.
Their interest in the midfielder playing for Borussia Dortmund is hardly a closely guarded ꜱеϲгеt. However, during the course of the past week, not only have there been a greater number of rumors, but the reliability of them has also increased.
According to the reports of Christian Faulk, the agreement between Liverpool and Bellingham was very near’ to being finalized. Because Bellingham is expected to depart Borussia Dortmund in the summer, it appears that this protracted transfer story is nearing its conclusion.
Even though he has been linked to various teams, including Real Madrid, Jurgen Klopp’s Reds are in the lead and are very likely to be Bellingham’s destination for the upcoming season.
The Record Signing Made by Liverpool
Kevin Palmer claims that Jude Bellingham will soon become Liverpool’s first player to be signed for a fee of one hundred million dollars. According to Palmer, the England midfielder has reportedly stated that he would prefer to transfer to Anfield.
The transfer prices paid for Virgil Van Dijk and Darwin Nunez are presently the highest paid by Liverpool, but the fee paid for the 19-year-old will make him the club’s all-time record signing.
Bellingham has just disclosed that the legendary Liverpool player Steven Gerrard is his role model, and it is probable that Naby Keita will also leave the team next year. The renowned number 8 shirt that Gerrard wore will soon be made available for purchase .
The addition of Jude Bellingham would be the best possible move for Liverpool to make. Liverpool… I hope you can make it.
REAL MADRID EDGE CLOSER TO JUDE BELLINGHAM TRANSFER
Jude Bellingham may have a better chance of being acquired by Real Madrid this summer since Liverpool seem to have switched their transfer priorities to Enzo Fernandez. In other news, three Premier League clubs have expressed interest in Youssoufa Moukoko, Frenkie de Jong and Kyle Walker are targets for Bayern Munich, and John Stones and Kalvin Phillips must resolve their dispute.
BELLINGHAM SAGA CHANGES PLOT IN UNPREDICTABLE WAY
Real Madrid has received good news about their pursuit of England World Cup player Jude Bellingham after MARCA reported that Liverpool, their transfer opponent, has diverted their focus elsewhere. Enzo Fernandez, a midfielder for Benfica, is reportedly seen by the Premier League team as a “far more approachable target” and, in essence, a less expensive option than Bellingham. Fernandez would cost about €90 million, while Bellingham’s performance in Qatar might lead Borussia Dortmund to want well over €150 million for him. Real Madrid would have a clearer path at Bellingham if Liverpool shifted their attention to the Argentine.
Liverpool would be making a mistake if they went after Fernandez rather than Bellingham. For more than a year, the club has made no ꜱеϲгеt of the fact that the 19-year-old is their top central midfield target. At this point, they have essentially bet everything on Bellingham. It’s fine to switch transfer targets, but they should focus on the England international as their ideal midfielder. Bellingham should be interested as well, and it’s no ɑϲϲ ident that he spent a lot of time in Qatar hanging out with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson. Liverpool only needs to come up with the cash. He will be well worth the money.
Youssoufa Moukoko, a wonderkid for Borussia Dortmund, is wanted by three Premier League teams: Chelsea, Manchester United, and Liverpool. The 18-year-current old’s deal with the German club is due to expire this summer, and Dortmund’s upcoming offer is expected to fall short of his demands by about £1.5 million annually. Moukoko is being courted by United, Chelsea, and Liverpool in January after the former parted company with Cristiano Ronaldo while the latter two lost respective attacking partners Armando Broja and Luis Diaz to injuries. According to The Times, Moukoko needs to be persuaded that he will have first-team opportunities rather than being a bench player.