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Real Madrid apparently set pain threshold for Judgment Bellingham



Florentino Perez

Jude Bellingham is apparently probing the market for summer switch options. Real Madrid, meanwhile, set a pain threshold for a transfer of the 19-year-old. Also: referee Marco Fritz talks about communication with the Englishman on the pitch. You can find all the news and rumors about BVB here.

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BVB, rumor: Real set pain threshold for Bellingham

Real Madrid appear to be stepping up their efforts to sign Jude Bellingham next summer. Like the Spanish AS reported, the royals are ready to transfer far more than the rumored 100 million euros to Borussia Dortmund. Accordingly, the pain threshold for the Madrilenians is 140 million euros.

In addition, they want to convince the 19-year-old that he can take the next step in his career at Real. This is primarily intended to outdo the competition from England, where prominent clubs are also trying to hire the BVB youngster.

According to several media reports, there was a meeting between the Bellingham side and representatives of Real Madrid last week.

BVB, rumor: Bellingham is apparently exploring the market

Jude Bellingham’s whereabouts beyond the summer are becoming increasingly unlikely. As the WAZ reports the Englishman and father Mark are currently exploring the market for potential summer move opportunities.

According to various media reports, there is great interest, especially from England, with Liverpool FC and Manchester City being potential buyers. In Spain, Real Madrid have also kept an eye on the 19-year-old.

Meanwhile, BVB hopes to be able to convince Bellingham to stay. On the one hand, they want to ensure the Englishman a leadership role in the club, on the other hand, the salary of the 19-year-old should be adjusted upwards.

Bellingham is under contract with Borussia Dortmund until the end of June 2025.

BVB, News: Referee Fritz speaks about Bellingham’s behavior

Referee Marco Fritz has im Sport 1 double pass talked about Jude Bellingham’s behavior on the pitch. Despite being only 19 years old, the Englishman is “very loud” in communicating with his teammates.

In Bellingham’s position in midfield, he “befits a lot of contact with the referee. Many paths cross there,” said Fritz. Basically, the BVB professional is a player “who has his opinion and sometimes says something.”

Borussia Dortmund: The next three games of BVB

date and venue Opponent
Sat, March 18, 5:30 p.m. (Signal Iduna Park) 1. FC Cologne (Bundesliga)
Sat., April 1, 6.30 p.m. (Allianz Arena) FC Bayern (Bundesliga)
Wed., April 5th 8.45 p.m. (Red Bull Arena) RB Leipzig (DFB Cup)