The race for Jude Bellingham’s signature continues, with Liverpool having pulled out last week.
Numerous top clubs are keen on the 19-year-old England international who is contracted with Borussia Dortmund until 2025.
Bellingham signed his initial deal with Dortmund in 2020 but is set for a major pay rise if he moves or pens fresh terms.
TOP STORY – MADRID TO USE DIAZ IN BELLINGHAM DEAL
Real Madrid are plotting a potential player swap-plus-cash deal to land Jude Bellingham in the off-season, according to Cadena SER.
Los Blancos are investigating potentially using Brahim Diaz, currently on loan at Milan, in a deal to help reduce Dortmund’s reported €150 million asking price.
Madrid are currently in the process of extending the stays of veteran midfielders Luka Modric and Toni Kroos.
– Manchester City are preparing a new contract offer for Erling Haaland to ward off rivals interest from top clubs such as Real Madrid, claims The Athletic.
– Rafael Leao wants to stay with Milan following interest from Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, according to Manchester Evening News.
– Newcastle United have established contact with Ousmane Dembele‘s representatives to discuss a move for the Barcelona winger, claims 90min.
– Arsenal and Newcastle United are both interested in Bayer Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby, per Le10Sport.
– The Telegraph reports Chelsea have opted against pursing Luis Enrique as their new manager, instead turning their attention to former Tottenham and Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino. The Guardian claims Julian Nagelsmann remains Chelsea’s top candidate.
– Tottenham will swoop on Chelsea’s decision and look to appoint Enrique as Antonio Conte’s replacement, according to The Express.
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