Borussia Dortmund want a whopping £129 million to let their star midfielder Jude Bellingham leave, according to The Times.
The talented youngster has been earning rave reviews in Germany since he joined the Bundesliga outfit in 2020.
Despite being only 19, he has made over 100 senior appearances for Dortmund.
Some of the biggest clubs in Europe including Liverpool, Chelsea and Real Madrid have been linked with a potential move for the teenager.
However, they will likely have to spend an extraordinary amount to secure Bellingham’s services.
In their latest Bundesliga transfer news, The Times say Dortmund want £129m to let the wonderkid leave the club.
The midfielder’s contract with the German outfit expires in 2025.
Bellingham is a potential superstar
Bellingham is undoubtedly one of the best midfielders in Europe. He has already achieved so much at such a young age.
He has already established himself as a key member of Dortmund’s first team. Since hisDortmund’st the Signal Iduna Park, he has clocked up 112 appearances across all competitions, netting19 goals.
He is currently playing for England at the 2022 World Cup, where his performances are earning him great praise from fans and pundits alike.
Bellingham has started all three matches for Gareth Southgate’s team, weighing in with one goal.
Considering his enormous potential, a bumper transfer fee looks justified to secure his services.
However, a potential £129m fee is a huge asking price considering his inexperience.
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