On 7 December 2013, The Daily Telegraph reported that Liverpool were finalising a £100million deal to sign Jude Bellingham.

On 7 December 2013, The Daily Telegraph reported that Liverpool were finalising a £100million deal to sign Jude Bellingham.
It has been claimed that Liverpool are on the verge of signing Jude Bellingham as his move to the Premier League from Dortmund is "all agreed".

However, no deal has been confirmed as of yet and Bellingham is still a free agent.

Bellingham has made it clear he wants to move to the Premier League and he has been in fantastic form for the Sounders this season. The Sounders are not against selling their top player, but they want a high price for him. Liverpool may be willing to pay as much as £25 million for the Sounders winger.

But with new manager Peter Bosz set to instill a new attacking style of play, Mkhitaryan could find himself surplus to requirements at Dortmund next season. Arsenal, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have all been linked with a move for the Armenia international in the past, with reports in the British media claiming that the Gunners are leading the race for his signature.

Bellingham has previously been linked with a move to Anfield, with the Merseyside club reported to be preparing a £130m offer for the player. However, recent reports suggest that the Anfield club are now focusing their efforts on signing Netherlands international Georginio Wijnaldum. Bellingham is a versatile midfielder who can play on either flank or in the centre of the pitch. He has been a key player for Brentford, and has scored 15 goals in

Ornstein, who covers the Reds for The Athletic, tweeted: There are countless teams in the market for a creative midfielder and there are few that have a better chance of landing Yerry Mina then the Reds. The sooner we hear his decision, the better. It's probably not worth getting your hopes up. Increasingly unlikely they'll land Yerry Mina.

Liverpool Echo

Liverpool have submitted a bid for Sunderland midfielder Jude Bellingham that is just shy of £100m, according to ESPN FC pundit Paul Dodge.

Bellingham is a great choice for Liverpool, their fans, and Jurgen Klopp.

Liverpool have yet to publicly confirm any interest in the 33-year-old, who is currently out of contract in 2019. The texts, which have been verified by Talbot and detailed in his forthcoming book Big Six Dreams, say the offer is a six-year contract worth £50,000-a-week, with a £5m release clause. Talbot, who is a Liverpool season ticket holder, told ESPN FC he has not personally spoken to manager J

“There’s no bid from Liverpool for Bellingham,” Gomes replied. “It doesn’t seem like it from what Hayden Dodge has said. I just don’t understand why Liverpool would be interested in a player like him when they have so many other attacking midfielders.”

"I mentioned it earlier that I've had two texts saying a bid has been accepted and it's all agreed and there's a clause if he becomes a captain in two years, it's just noise, there's so many people involved in the deal and things will trickle out sometimes."

Manchester City v Liverpool is the biggest game of the season and must be one of the most emotional. Jude Bellingham is a Manchester City fan who will be rooting for the Blues, but she isn't afraid to voice her opinions. 'Dispassionate' is the perfect word to describe Jude's attitude towards the game. She is focused on the task at hand and isn't influenced by the emotions of the match. This makes her a great observer of the game and an excellent

Nonetheless, the rumour mill is churning and Bellinghamites are keeping a close eye on what is happening.

“He’s a really good player,” Henderson said. “I think it would be amazing if Liverpool could get him because he has a lot of ability and he’s got a lot to give.”

The Nuggets will miss Henderson’s scoring, rebounding and toughness. He averaged 14.4 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.4 blocks this season. “It’s hard when you lose somebody like that,” forward Wilson Chandler said. The Nuggets were hoping to get Henderson a max contract as a free agent this summer, but they will now have to pony up more money to replace him. “I’m

“He’s a player that an awful lot of clubs will be interested in and it’s going to be hard to keep hold of him because he’s that good.” Klopp is known for his attacking principles and Firmino has often been shown at his best after creating chances for his team-mates. He has netted 36 goals in all competitions for Liverpool this season, including 14 in the Premier League. Fir

“I think ultimately he will make the decision that’s best for him and the club.”

Although the club may get him in the near future, the chances of him staying with them for an extended period of time are high.

Liverpool were the most consistent team in the league last season and are currently in second place this season. Manchester City on the other hand, who finished in first place last season, are struggling this season and are currently in sixth place. Rodri has been in good form for Man City this season, scoring two goals in his last three games. Klopp has been struggling with injuries and isn’t in his best form. This should make for an interesting game.


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