Real Madrid Transfer News: According to reports, Real Madrid will pay Jude Bellingham a net income of about €10 million every year. After receiving an attractive offer from the Spanish powerhouses, the young England international seems set to make the transition this summer. Bellingham would make almost €10 million in net compensation at Real Madrid, according to journalist Tomas Gonzalez-Martin (via Madrid Universal).
According to reports, Manchester City offered Bellingham a more attractive offer than Real Madrid could, including a leadership post and a salary far more than Real Madrid could provide. Apparently, Bellingham is more interested in the status of playing for Los Blancos than the €15 million per season for six years that the English club reportedly offered him, as reported by MARCA.
Madrid’s approach in recent years has centred on signing excellent players who are prepared to take lower salaries to be a part of a team with a long history. According to reports, Los Blancos are interested in players who are willing to put the club’s football vision ahead of more lucrative offers.
Real Madrid Transfer News: Real Madrid’s offer for Jude Bellingham is revealed
At the Santiago Bernabeu, Bellingham will have tough opposition. This is because seasoned midfielders like Toni Kroos and Luka Modric have both signed on for another season with the club. Other candidates for starting roles include the brilliant Fede Valverde, Eduardo Camavinga, and Aurelien Tchouameni.
Bellingham’s skill and vision make him a sought-after player despite the difficulties that lie ahead, as illustrated by the fierce bidding war between Real Madrid, Manchester City, and Liverpool. Despite the financial allure of the Premier League, the young Englishman seems ready to join Los Blancos and become part of their illustrious past.
Reports have been circulating that Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham is planning a summer transfer to Real Madrid, but his coach Edin Terzic has dismissed the rumours. According to reports in the Spanish media, Bellingham is about to sign a six-year deal with the Spanish powerhouses.
Terzic is unfazed by the rumors, saying that the German team has been in this position before with talents like Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho. In the end, both players decided to leave Dortmund and sign with rival clubs Manchester City and Manchester United.