Borussia Dortmund Confirm Receiving Zero Offers for English Youngster Jude Bellingham
- Jude Bellingham is contracted to Borussia Dortmund until 2025 and the club are under no pressure to sell.
- Real Madrid and Liverpool have both been linked with a move for Bellingham in the transfer window.
- Bellingham is yet to decide on his future at the German club amid interest from Madrid and Liverpool.
One of the most talked about potential transfers this January window has been that of Jude Bellingham.
The Borussia Dortmund attacker has been linked with moves to both Real Madrid and Liverpool, on the back of an impressive showing at the World Cup and a brilliant season in the Bundesliga.
Despite all the fuss being made about the English youngster, Dortmund's Sporting Director insists that no offers have come in as yet for the player, Bulinews reported.
"We will talk to him and his parents in due course, but there is no pressure at the moment. Jude wants to concentrate fully on football. And there are no offers at all, by the way," Sebastian Kehl said.
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He added that the club previously had to let Erling Haaland and Jason Sancho go, so they know it will happen again when it comes to Bellingham.
Favourites for his signature?
There are still conflicting reports about where Bellingham could eventually end up.
Marca recently noted that Real Madrid believes they have taken all the necessary steps to sign the player (apart from making an offer) and would be willing to pay €100 million for his services.
Sports Illustrated reported that Liverpool have set aside a specific budget to try and land the youngster ahead of Madrid.
Neither sign can sign the player, if they don't make a formal offer, though.
Supporters make moves for Bellingham
Jude Bellingham's future is yet to be decided, but that doesn't mean fans will stop trying to persuade him to join their side.
The Borussia Dortmund attacker is being linked with a move away from the club, with Real Madrid and Liverpool considered the front runners for his signature.
The 19-year-old is contracted to Dortmund until 2025, but the Bundesliga outfit are willing to let him go for the right amount, Sports Brief reported.