Noel Whelan (47) from Leeds insisted that the news that Real Madrid would give up the signing of Jude Bellingham (19, Dortmund) would give Liverpool and Manchester City momentum.
Bellingham played a 토토 big role as a key player in the England national football team at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Bellingham started all five games until the quarterfinal match against France. He scored England’s first goal of the tournament by scoring the opening goal in the first group match against Iran. In the Round of 16 match against Senegal, he assisted Jordan Henderson’s opening goal.
Bellingham wore the shirt of Borussia Dortmund in July 2020. He is active as a key player for Dortmund. He appeared in 22 official matches this season, scoring 9 goals and 3 assists. Despite his young age, his performances have garnered attention from many big clubs. He has been linked with Real Madrid and Liverpool.
The British media ‘Football Insider’ reported on the 12th (Korean time), “Spanish radio ‘SER Deportivos’ reported that Real, unlike English clubs, is not willing to pay 150 million euros (about 206.7 billion won) to Bellingham. “Bellingham has a contract with Dortmund until 2025, but is expected to leave the team next year.”
“Bellingham was a very talented player before the World Cup,” Whelan told Football Insider. “He looks like a world class player now. I think that’s the difference now.” “He dominates midfield. He looks comfortable on the ball, he scored in the World Cup. He’s a great player.”
“If you’re watching him play on the big stage, 토토 Liverpool will be competing to sign him. And there’s a team right across the street from Manchester City. He’s Liverpool style, Manchester City style. He’s Jurgen Klopp, Pep. It will benefit both Guardiola and he will be a better player under both managers.”
“It’s a difficult decision for Bellingham, but they’re also in a good position,” Whelan said. “Man City can provide all his wages. Liverpool are an aging midfielder. “I know I need new blood. This will be an important contract to push Manchester City out.”