is actively moving to bring in Jude Bellingham (19, Dortmund) during the upcoming summer transfer market. He is showing a strong will to win in the fierce recruitment competition to the point of making it a ‘top priority’.
Reporter Ekrem Conour, an expert on the European football transfer market, said on social network service (SNS) on the 1st (Korean time) that “Real Madrid will make signing Bellingham a ‘top priority’ during the transfer market this summer.” reported the news.
Real Madrid have been working hard to sign Bellingham since last year. This is because Toni Kroos (33) and Luka Modric (37), who are playing as the main players, are gradually declining in physical ability and are thinking about retirement, so they need a generational change in the midfield.
In fact, Real Madrid is constantly sending ‘love calls’ to Bellingham, and is closely watching by dispatching scouts to observe. In order to cover the skyrocketing transfer fee, during the last two transfer markets, he did not recruit and saved his investment. 메이저사이트
Fortunately, the current situation is going in a positive direction for Real Madrid. Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United (above England) and Paris Saint-Germain (France) are tough competitors, but Bellingham prefers to enter Estadio Santiago Bernabéu and is ahead as a’leading runner’ in the scouting match.
However, Real Madrid plans to never be vigilant as variables can occur at any time as the recruitment competition is fierce. Accordingly, he is determined to put all his energy into recruiting Bellingham, including making it a ‘top priority’.
Spanish media ‘As’ said, “Real Madrid is also considering recruiting a striker to replace Karim Benzema (35), but the current ‘top priority’ is bringing Bellingham.” I plan to enter,” he said.
Bellingham is currently the highest-paid footballer in the world. According to the market value set at the end of last month by the International Sports Research Center (CIES) under the International Football Federation (FIFA), it ranked first with 250 million euros (approximately 335 billion won). It can be seen as a ‘previous talent’ when considering not only the current skills but also the potential for future growth.