Real Madrid ‘s negotiations with Borussia Dortmund remain the final barrier in pursuit of Bellingham

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Over the last several days, it has been evident that Real Madrid are in pole position to sign priority target Jude Bellingham during the summer transfer window. Indeed according to reports, Los Blancos are ‘closer than ever’ in securing the 19-year-old wonderkid. The talks with the midfielder’s side have gone very well. Hence an agreement on personal terms is probably nearing completion. Discussions with Borussia Dortmund, though, remain the last obstacle for Real Madrid to overcome in their summer persuit of Bellingham.

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Real Madrid unhappy with ‘€30 million variable pay’ for Bellingham

According to Cadena SER update, the two teams are only separated in discussions for Bellingham by a €30 million variable payment. According to the rumour, Real Madrid has drafted a six-year contract for the England international. However other sources have stated he will be offered a five-year contract. It is also certain that Bellingham’s salary will be less than Eden Hazard’s at Real Madrid, putting him on the second position in the payroll structure. However his contract will have a €1 billion release clause.

While no problems are foreseen on the player front, the final hurdle for the Merengues is reaching an agreement with Dortmund. The Black and Yellows are seeking for €30 million in variables. The demand of €30 million variable pay is proving to be a source of disagreement at the moment. The two clubs have a good relationship. Dortmund having collaborated on various deals in the past, including those involving Nuri Sahin, Achraf Hakimi, and Reinier Jesus. Given Bellingham’s desire to relocate to Madrid, a solution could be achieved in the following days or weeks.

Real are thought to be aware that City may give Bellingham a more appealing financial package, even if the player is eager to join Los Blancos. Any agreement would also include a transfer fee of roughly £106 million ($133 million).

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