Cop dispersed! ‘Swans’ plan to chase ‘Bellingham’ for sure

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Liverpool have pulled out of the race for Dortmund star Jude Bellingham in the summer transfer window. Because the team needs many new players especially in the middle Therefore, the money must be spent as efficiently as possible.

The Athletic, a reliable media in the land of good people News reports that Liverpool , an English Premier League club, decided to abandon plans to grab Borussia Dortmund ‘s young midfielder Jude Bellingham, who had been following for a long time because he did not want to spend money on the players. Only one expensive kick And the team wants to overhaul the new midfield and therefore wants to use this money to buy players to strengthen many

Jude Bellingham

The 19-year-old has been heavily linked with Liverpool and German boss Jurgen Klopp. very much liked But moving the team England national team midfielder. This item is expected to cost around 130 million pounds or about 5,555 million baht, plus the wages of the players and agent fees. Which goes against the budget of the Red Machine. Especially the lack of revenue in the UEFA Champions League if the UFABET team cannot win tickets.

Senior news sources in Anfield state that after a long discussion. This Agreement has reasonably terminated. Because they feel Unable to take risks or invest in one thing with no other plan backing it up especially. There is no guarantee that Bellingham will leave the Yellows this summer. Or decide to move to play with red machinery Because there are many other clubs with thicker capital

Liverpool will now concentrate on other targets, with Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount likely to leave Stamford Bridge this summer. Or will it be two Brighton and Hove Albion players Moises Caicedo and Alexis Mac Allister, as well as Bayern ‘s Ryan Grafenberg. N Munich also received praise from the recruitment team on Merseyside as well.

As for Bellingham, he has been one of the most fragrant players over the past few months. After he performed outstandingly with both club and national team, with Liverpool’s withdrawal, Real Madrid immediately became a favorite. But should not overlook Manchester City, Chelsea or even Manchester United, who, if they get a new owner with a lot of money, are ready to throw in to strengthen the army this summer as well