Jude Bellingham has reportedly been pursued by Paris Saint Germain. The English International is one of the hottest prospects in world football and is under the radar of a lot of big clubs. But PSG have eyed him as their priority signing as they feel he will be the missing piece in their midfield. Bellingham was sensational for Dortmund last season, being one of the Bundesliga’s standout players at just 21 years of age.
But Paris Saint Germain are not the only club that are looking to get Bellingham. Liverpool have also expressed their interest in the Dortmund Sensation. Jurgen Klopp has expressed publicly of how high he rates Bellingham. The German coach feels he is already one of the best midfielders in the world and will only get better. Liverpool will not find it easy to sign him, with Dortmund wanting him to stay.
Bellingham will not be a cheap signing for any club, be it PSG or Liverpool. They will have to splash out the cash if they want to sign the English midfielder. PSG are in desperate need of a world-class technical midfielder who can pair up alongside Verratti. Boss Galtier has clarified that they still need 3 world-class signings to compete in Europe. But Liverpool are also desperate to get Jude as Thiago is now injured for a long time.
What if Barcelona and Real Madrid come in?
But it is easier said than done. A player like Jude Bellingham is valued by a lot of European biggies. 2 of them are Barcelona and Real Madrid. The Spanish Giants are the ultimate pinnacle in football, a dream destination for players. It will be hard for any player to resist them if these Spanish giants offer them. Bellingham surely would find it hard to refuse Los Blancos or the Catalans.
This would not be good news for the likes of PSG, or Liverpool. Barcelona’s Xavi value Bellingham a lot and will be willing to bring him to Camp Nou. The attraction power of Barca and Madrid just seems too powerful for any other club in the world. But Barcelona are said to pursue Bernardo Silva instead. The 19-year-old Bellingham scored 6 times and assisted a further 14 times last season.
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