Liverpool supporters may be forgiven for being somewhat excited about the possible transfer of Jude Bellingham, but with Borussia Dortmund appearing to have other plans, the latest reports on the player are It may sound an alarm.
In an article for Catchoffside, Christian Faulk reported: They are currently planning a meeting in March.
“His family is thinking about the future and knows very well that the next step must come in the summer as nothing could be better for Bellingham in the Bundesliga.
READ MORE: Falk gives Ryan Gravenberch Liverpool update as 20-year-old midfielder remains linked with Anfield
“His mother, Dennis, lives with him in Dortmund and watches over everything. She doesn’t see the future lying in Dortmund.
“There are no offers for the club yet. Real Madrid have repeatedly knocked on Bellingham’s door and everyone in Europe knows March is the ideal time to make their feelings known. Real Madrid are ready, but Dortmund must make a definite move to keep players for the fans.
“If he signs a new contract, they can take into account the possible departure of Marco Reus and a decrease in salary and give him a financial boost. I know, and from what I’ve heard, they’re open to ending negotiations with two years left on his current contract.”
This is certainly not good news from our point of view, as the 19-year-old does not want to tie up his future in Germany, nor does he want a price increase as he agrees to a new contract with the club.
This is because the Bundesliga organization may be attracting offers from all over the world, so you can start negotiations and reach an agreement to see what fees you might receive and reinvest in the team. .
It seems very likely that we, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Chelsea, will make offers this summer, but ultimately it is up to the player and his club where he goes.
According to this latest report, it looks like all stakeholders are taking their time before making their first offer, but if it does come to fruition, it will likely be a story over the summer.
While the Birmingham-born starlet may have something to worry about in the short-term if he’s offered a new contract, it’s clear his long-term future lies away from Signal Iduna Park.
40% of Liverpool’s summer loans failed – what happened to the club’s loan system?