Madrid’s Head-Spinning Proposal for Bellingham: A Whopping +100 Million Euros in English!

"100 Million Euros For Bellingham? Unthinkable!"

Real Madrid, the renowned football team, plans to present Borussia Dortmund with an official offer for Jude Bellingham, who is considered their number one target. According to renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano, Real Madrid will offer a mind-boggling amount of more than €100 million plus bonuses for the young English midfielder. It is worth noting that Brahim Diaz won’t be included in the offer.

Real Madrid will wait for the Bundesliga title to be decided before sending its proposal, which will include some add-ons. As per Fabrizio Romano, Madrid’s offer is crystal clear. The club is willing to offer a gargantuan sum of more than €100 million plus bonuses to sign the young English midfielder. It seems that Bellingham’s future rests in Spain as a deal was believed to have been reached a few weeks ago linking him to the club until 2029, with him receiving a whopping gross salary of €20 million per season.

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Real Madrid scout Juni Calafat played a pivotal role in bringing several crucial players such as Militao, Camavinga, Vinicius, Endrick, and Tchouameni to the club, among others.

One of the options being considered to reduce the cost of Bellingham is to offer Brahim Diaz, a player from Milan who is on loan from the Spanish club, as a bargaining chip. However, Madrid ultimately decided that the Spaniard won’t be part of the equation, and another way will be used to decide his future. Real Madrid has its sights set on Bellingham, and the only way to get him is by putting the aforementioned amount on the table.

Finally, Sufiel Abdelkader, the Spanish striker’s father, had a crucial meeting with the director of Milan’s technical team, Paolo Maldini, and the sporting director, Ricky Massara, to establish the strategy to keep him at the Italian club. However, the last word will be left to the Spanish capital.

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