Jude Bellingham 'is leaning towards Real Madrid transfer despite knowing he can earn more at Man City or Chelsea' | The Sun

Jude Bellingham 'is leaning towards Real Madrid transfer despite knowing he can earn more at Man City or Chelsea' | The Sun

JUDE BELLINGHAM is leaning towards joining Real Madrid despite attracting better financial offers elsewhere.

The England star is in high demand and is expected to leave Borussia Dortmund in the summer.

Real Madrid are amongst the clubs interested in the midfielder, who is also wanted by Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool.

All three of those clubs could offer Bellingham a better wage than Real Madrid, yet the 19-year-old is still keen on Los Blancos, according to Marca.

The report adds that Bellingham is aware of what Real can offer him, with the club refusing to pay him more than £200,000 a week.

They will not make an exception for the youngster, nor will they enter a bidding war with the likes of Chelsea and City.

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Dortmund are currently in Spain for warm weather training and according to AS representatives of the club will meet with Real Madrid to discuss Bellingham's potential transfer.

The Bundesliga giants will reportedly accept no less than £89million.

But a deal could potentially rise to £125m including add-ons and bonuses.

AS support Marca's claim that Real are leading the race to sign Bellingham, who was said to be eyeing a move to Liverpool.

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Real are prepared to pay £89m for Bellingham but they will refuse to pay "crazy" money, which could come as a boost to other interested parties.

City are still determined to land the former Birmingham star and hope the chance to work with Pep Guardiola will lure him to the Etihad.

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