REAL MADRID want to sign Jude Bellingham but are unwilling to stump up £130million to land the midfielder, according to reports.
Bellingham is one of the most in demand players in Europe and he could be allowed to leave this summer.
His contract expires in 2025 so Borussia Dortmund could look to maximise their profits by selling when the transfer window re-opens.
The German side are believed to want around £130m for the England international.
And according to Spanish newspaper ABC Real Madrid do not want to pay that much.
That could seriously hinder their chances of landing the midfielder with several other clubs interested.
And according to the report two unnamed Premier League clubs would be willing to match Dortmund’s valuation.
Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City have all been linked with moves for Bellingham.
Liverpool are also interested but that trio have the most financial power in the Prem.
Despite that the Reds are said to be favourites to land the 19-year-old with Jurgen Klopp pushing to sign the superstar.
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United are set to rival any bids for Bellingham however and their chances of landing the midfielder could be boosted if a takeover is completed soon.
Chelsea could also focus all of their efforts on Bellingham if they miss out on Declan Rice, who could join Arsenal.