Photo: only Real Madrid, Manchester City and Liverpool are fighting for Bellingham, while the Reds think they have a mediocre chance.

December 22-Dot midfielder Bellingham is getting closer and closer to leaving next summer. German media Bild said that the only teams left in the battle for him are Real Madrid, Manchester City and Liverpool, while the Reds think they have little chance of winning him.
According to the report, Bellingham himself hopes to inform Dortmund executives of his decision on the future as soon as possible, but for CEO Watzk and sports director Kyle, they will be surprised by all the possibilities except the idea that the players will move next summer.
The two key questions are where Bellingham, whose contract expires in 2025, will go and how high the offer will be for him. The article said that Dott executives had agreed that the painful transfer deal must be financially record.
The British newspaper the Sun has claimed that Real Madrid believe they can win the competition against Bellingham and coach Carlo Ancelotti is increasingly confident of the England international’s arrival. It is reported that Real Madrid are willing to pay a transfer fee of more than 115 million euros for him. But is this enough?
Bild says there are only three clubs left to compete for Bellingham, and in addition to Real Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester City have been chasing the 19-year-old midfielder for months. In the meantime, however, Liverpool assessed their chances of winning the competition.
In addition, the article also pointed out that Paris Saint-Germain has withdrawn from the battle. However, Paris President Nasser also admitted his interest in Bellingham during the World Cup: “every club wants him, so I won’t beat around the bush.”
Similar to Harland’s situation, Bellingham’s father Mark and his agent Bennett are in charge of his transfer. However, compared with the combination of the elder Harland and the late well-known agent Raiola, Bellingham kept a low profile when talking to the top clubs interested in him.