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Real Madrid will not match Liverpool and Manchester City’s €150 million valuations, according to a report

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Bellingham, who is only 19 years old, is one of the market’s most sought-after players. Clubs interested in signing the midfielder include Real Madrid, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City, and Manchester United.

With the fight to recruit Borussia Dortmund and England talent Jude Bellingham heating up by the day. It appears like Real Madrid will miss out on his services.

Dortmund, on the other hand, is hesitant to let go of its greatest asset and is prepared to pay him the club’s highest-paid player in order to keep him at Signal Iduna Park.

If that doesn’t work, the Bundesliga giants will seek €150 million for the adolescent wonderkid.

But, according to ABC (via Madrid Xtra), Real Madrid will not match Dortmund’s massive €150 million value of Bellingham.

The Merengues have been tracking the former Birmingham City ace for quite some time. They are, however, unwilling to overpay for the adolescent.

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And it might hurt their chances of signing Beckham, since two English teams are willing to match the England star’s €150 million asking price.

Also, it has been suggested that the reigning champions of Spain and Europe would like to wait till the futures are clear.

Additionally, it has been said that the reigning champions of Spain and Europe want to wait until Toni Kroos and Luka Modric’s futures are certain before making a major drive for Bellingham’s signing.

Such a stance might cost them even more ground in their pursuit of the 19-year-old midfielder.

Bellingham has proven that he is capable of performing at the greatest level. Despite his youth, the midfielder has captained Dortmund on multiple occasions and set a good example for the squad.

He is a generational talent who will undoubtedly contribute significantly to Real Madrid’s lineup. Nevertheless, as things stand, Los Blancos do not want to spend the €150 million required to sign him, and with Premier League teams eager to do so, things might become complicated for Carlo Ancelotti and co.

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