Real Madrid have massive €160 million transfer plan

Real Madrid. (Photo by Visionhaus)
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Real Madrid seem to be targeting the best young talents all across Europe for the upcoming summer transfer window, as the club looks to step into the next chapter of its storied history. While they have been linked with top quality players like Josko Gvardiol, Cody Gakpo and Enzo Fernandez as well, all signs have pointed towards Jude Bellingham being Los Blancos’ priority next summer.

Bellingham is a special talent without a shadow of a doubt. At 19 years of age, he is one of the best players in the Bundesliga, proven at the Champions League level, has captained a club like Borussia Dortmund and was arguably England’s best performer at the recent World Cup.

All things considered, the chance to sign players like Bellingham does not come around often and thus, Real Madrid must try to make the most of this opportunity. Of course, there are other European giants like Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United, believed to be involved in the race to sign the midfielder as well.

As reported by Cadena SER, Real Madrid will begin negotiations with Borussia Dortmund in the first week of January. Los Blancos will put an offer of €100 million and, in addition, cross negotiations with players such as Eden Hazard or Brahim Diaz, on the table. Bellingham will be offered a contract of five years set at €12 million per season.

Real Madrid have massive transfer plan to sign Bellingham

It remains to be seen if Real Madrid are able to pull off a deal for Bellingham next summer or not. It is clear that the club do not seem to be keen on entering a bidding struggle with the Premier League giants.

At the same time though, it feels unlikely that a €100 million transfer fee plus the option of signing players like Brahim or Hazard would tempt Borussia Dortmund. Premier League clubs could offer as much as €150 million to sign Bellingham, who one would suspect can get a bigger contract somewhere else as well.

Ultimately, it could all come down to Bellingham and what he wants to do. If the Englishman prefers a move to the Spanish capital, then Real Madrid would be well and truly at the forefront of the race to sign him.

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