Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and owners 'agree to go ALL IN for Jude Bellingham transfer… but Dortmund want £130m' | The Sun

JURGEN KLOPP and his Liverpool owners have reportedly agreed to go ALL IN for Jude Bellingham.

But Borussia Dortmund will demand £130million for any transfer.


Bellingham, 19, is already developing into one of the best young midfielders in Europe.

He has four goals in five Champions League games – and nine in 19 overall – and captained his side numerous times this season.

Bellingham looks certain to start for England at the World Cup later this month.

But Liverpool are hoping he lines up at Anfield come the start of next season.

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As reported by Bild in Germany, Klopp and FSG are already making preparations to land Bellingham next summer.

It is said they have set aside £86m of their transfer kitty to spend on Bellingham as they prioritise bolstering their midfield.

However, that will unlikely be enough to sign the former Birmingham youngster.

Dortmund want a whopping £130m for their highly-rated ace, who is tied down until 2025.

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That would make Bellingham the Premier League's most expensive player ever – breaking the £100m bar set by Jack Grealish last summer.

However, it is not just Liverpool chasing a big-money move for the teenager.

The Reds face stiff competition from Premier League rivals Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United for his signature.

However, SunSport understands Real Madrid are in pole position as they look to add another rising star into their midfield after already signing Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni.

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