Real Madrid are preparing to complete the transfer of Jude Bellingham, the young English midfielder from Borussia Dortmund.
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While waiting for a possible future arrival of the French striker from Paris Saint-Germain Kylian Mbappé, during the summer of 2024, Real Madrid will strike a blow on the transfer market. In all likelihood, the club from the Spanish capital will secure the services of Jude Bellingham, the English midfielder from Borussia Dortmund. And if we are to believe the latest information from the other side of the Pyrenees, the White House is close to sealing the recruitment of the 19-year-old nugget.
According to the daily brandthe arrival in Santiago-Bernabeu of the native of Stourbridge is “imminent.” The transfer of the former Birmingham City member should be confirmed next week, once the 2022-2023 Bundesliga season is over. At the top of the standings with two lengths ahead of Bayern Munich, the BVB receives this Saturday Mainz, on behalf of the 34th and last day, in an excellent position to glean the ninth title of German champion in its history, the first since 2012. A meeting that Jude Bellingham does not have the insurance to play due to a knee injury.
#LaPortada 🗞 Bellingham, imminent 🤝 https://t.co/VVzEmtG76h
— MARCA (@marca) May 26, 2023
132 TCC games
The presence on German soil of emissaries from Real Madrid helped to speed up the process. An agreement has been reached between the two parties for a transaction of around 100 million euros excluding bonuses, a sum which will allow the Borussens to realize a huge capital gain after luring him to Signal Iduna Park for four times less in July 2020. A six-year XXL contract awaits Jude Bellingham, i.e. until June 2029. As a reminder, his current commitment ran until June 2025 with Borussia Dortmund.
Appeared 132 times in all competitions, for 24 goals and 25 assists, the prodigy with 24 selections with the Three Lions took part this season in 42 games and scored 14 goals, including 31 games and 8 achievements in the league.