Liverpool will not receive Bellingham transfer gift. Despite the close relations between the two clubs, Carsten Cramer, the director of Borussia Dortmund, has told Liverpool thatwould not be given to them. The future of the England international midfielder is still a subject of intense speculation, with top Premier League clubs attempting to entice the gifted 19-year-old back to his country. As the Reds want to strengthen their engine room, Liverpool is rumored to be a key player in that transfer chase. Jurgen Klopp’s presence at Anfield may prove to be a handy ace in their sleeve.
Although Cramer, Dortmund’s sporting director, acknowledges as much, he also says that there might be a connection between Jude Bellingham and England’s World Cup victory. Cramer then further added; “He has a contract. I work in sales, but not for the player’s company; I work in sales for commercial companies. Jude will play for us longer, which will be better for us overall. We are thrilled to have him on board in every way.”
“We certainly have a great deal of compassion for Liverpool, he continued. Our relationship with Jurgen and many other Liverpool employees is still positive, so Liverpool is also my favored English Premier League team. Do not, however, anticipate that we will give Liverpool any gifts. Bellingham is under contract with Dortmund through 2025, so they are not under any pressure to sell. His performances for club and country are thought to have increased his price tag above the nine-figure threshold.”
Bellingham’s future is uncertain, and a high-profile transfer is anticipated at some point. Liverpool must compete for more major awards both domestically and internationally if they want to go to the head of a backed-up line.
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