Borussia Dortmund hangs not-for-sale board for the youngster Jude Bellingham

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Borussia Dortmund has hanged a not-for-sale board for Jude Bellingham as top clubs lure around to sign the youngster.

The German club have already a headache about Erling Haaland next summer as he might leave with his €75 million release clause. Following which Dortmund doesn’t want to lose their other youngster Jude Bellingham.

The 18-year-old started his career in Birmingham City and got his first team call in 2019. Playing the English side he appeared 44 times and scored 4 goals and 3 assists. And seeing his talent in the midfield Borussia Dortmund swooped the youngster for a price of €35 million.

Making his move to Dortmund, Bellingham is a to-go player for the manager, appearing 51 times for the German side; scoring 5 goals and 7 assists.

The youngster also featured in last year’s Champions League for the first time. And now seeing his talent in the midfield four Premier League clubs started keeping tabs on him. The list includes Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, and Chelsea.

All these four clubs were in need of a holding midfielder or good central midfielder this summer. Following which all those four turned their heads towards Dortmund for signing Jude Bellingham. But the German side have given their verdict of not having any interest to let the youngster leave.

Jude Bellingham is also happy to stay at Borussia Dortmund while the club is getting ready to offer a new contract to the youngster. Speaking of the contract, Bellingham would be having a hike in his wages while an option to extend his contract.

And lastly, the German side is considering including a huge release clause in the contract after seeing such interest for the youngster. So, it is clear that Bellingham will be staying at Dortmund as the club label him not for sale.

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