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The Very Hunt For Jude Bellingham: The Todd Boehly angle

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The Very Hunt For Jude Bellingham: The Todd Boehly angle

In the narrative so far concerning England star, Jude Bellingham, the winner in the entire story has to be current club, Borussia Dortmund who stand the chance of walking away with nothing less than £100 million in his eventual transfer from the Bundesliga, but despite the price tag, more suitors continue to be listed in the race including Chelsea owner, Todd Boehly.

The American billionaire is said to be another name added to a number of interested parties vying for the player’s signature ahead of the summer transfer that has the likes of Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester City believed to also be on the waitlist.

Jude Bellingham, currently with the England national team at the World Cup, is mentioned to be a player Todd Boehly, a co-owner of Chelsea, is eager to bring to the Blues.

The Very Hunt For Jude Bellingham: The Todd Boehly angle

According to The Sun, Todd Bohely is willing to pay whatever it takes to get Jude Bellingham if it means beating out clubs like Liverpool, Real Madrid, and Manchester United who are also not far from the race for the star midfielder.

With his impressive performances for England at the ongoing 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Bellingham has enhanced his status as one of the most exciting young stars in football.

The 19-year-old, who now plays club football for Borussia Dortmund, has been connected to a number of elite European teams, including Liverpool, Manchester United, Real Madrid, and many others.

Jude Bellingham is thought to be worth £150 million to Dortmund, and the Bundesliga club is hesitant to part with its prized possession during the January transfer window.

Speak of the £150 million price tag, should the player’s form and stats continue to improve this season, both at the world cup and even with Borussia Dortmund, the Bundesliga side stand a chance to command more as they will stand in a far better position to bargain with clubs racing after the Englishman.

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