Real Madrid is ‘pessimistic’ about signing a 19-year-old midfielder from the Bundesliga


Real Madrid has experience with protracted transfer sagas. The club is always competing for the finest players in the world. So it seems sensible that they are accustomed to both positive and negative consequences. The recent sagas of Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland serve as examples of situations in which Los Blancos failed to land their man. However, there are episodes, such as the one starring Aurelien Tchouameni, that depict the men in white capturing their prey.

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The Jude Bellingham deal is expected to go a similar path as the Kylian Mbappe deal. According to sources from Mario Cortegana through the 4 Amigos Podcast. The team has low expectations for their ability to recruit the English midfielder.

Who will win the race?

The only other elite European team said to be in the running is Liverpool, although they are way ahead of Real Madrid in the negotiation process. Two factors are the main causes of this. To begin with, the player’s family would rather migrate to England than Spain. Additionally, Jurgen Klopp wants the Merseyside club to spend big for Bellingham if it means spending €150 million.

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However, the mindset is different at Real Madrid. The management would prefer to withdraw from the competition rather than jeopardize the institution’s financial health for a position that is already solidly held.

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The adolescent has started each of England’s first four games in the World Cup in Qatar, scoring one goal and assisting another. His average of 1.2 critical passes and 11 defensive actions per game further demonstrates his tremendous effort rate and the reason why the biggest teams in Europe are keeping an eye on him.

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