Written by Patrick Echatah
Real Madrid’s odds of landing Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham are decreasing as the days goes by.
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Los Blancos will refuse to sign the midfielder if the final price is higher than €120 million, according to a report from Diario AS.
Real Madrid don’t want to enter a bidding war for Bellingham’s signing with British clubs like Liverpool or Manchester City, so they’re hoping to see the midfielder choosing Real Madrid’s history and tradition instead, per that same report.
The ball is now on Bellingham’s court and the player will be the one making the final decision.
Dortmund have accepted the fact that Bellingham will be on his way out of the club and will be happy with a €120 million offer, so it’s now up to the player to choose his destination and his next contract.
All in all, it definitely looks like Bellingham will make his return to England next summer.
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Real Madrid are interested in Chelsea right-back Reece James, according to a report from AS.
While James is one of Chelsea’s most important players and it would be somewhat safe to assume that the London-based club will not want to part ways with him, Madrid believe that Chelsea will need to sell some of their players next summer, per that same report.
Los Blancos have had huge struggles with the right-back spot all season long and will need to address the situation in the summer as that’s the main weakness in the current roster.
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