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BVB: Two-phase plan revealed – how Real Madrid plan Bellingham’s move

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Jude Bellingham moved from Birmingham to Dortmund in the summer of 2020 for €25m. Photo: dpa/Bernd Tessen

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Nikolai Steubner

Jude Bellingham has been enchanting BVB fans for two and a half years now. At just 17 years old, the midfielder came to Dortmund in 2020, immediately impressed and played almost the entire time.

Most recently, Bellingham shone in the match against Augsburg last Sunday, when he scored the goal to make it 1-0 to Borussia with a dry shot from about 16 meters after a powerful body fraud. However, the solid performance also ensures there are always rumors about the England international’s departure.

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In addition to Liverpool, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, there are also persistent reports of a move to Real Madrid. As Sky has now reported, the royals are said to have thought of something very special to bring Bellingham to Madrid.

Sky’s correspondent and transport expert Mark Behrenbeck talks about a two-stage plan drawn up by Madrid. Accordingly, the Spaniards will be ready to transfer 100 million euros to Dortmund. In addition, Real Madrid will sign youngster Eduardo Camavinga in a swap deal with BVB. Dortmund sporting director Sebastian Kehl might be happy about a lot of money on the one hand and welcome a young player to the team in a similar position to Bellingham on the other.

According to Birenbeck, Real Madrid has this idea. However, it is unclear whether this was actually reported to the BVB. Bellingham’s contract is still in Dortmund until 2025. The online database “Transfermarkt.de” currently estimates his market value at €110 million.

Due to the long-term contract, Dortmund will not have to sell the 19-year-old, at least next summer. Eredivisie president Hans-Joachim Watzke’s statement in mid-January should give a little hope. At the time he also told Sky: “Jude hasn’t told us yet that he wants to leave the club.”

Accordingly, Dortmund still have hope that Bellingham will be able to stay with Borussia until the summer of 2023.

It is also unclear if Camavinga can imagine a move to the Bundesliga to Serie A. This season, the France international has only 42% of his game minutes in Madrid. Luka Modric, Toni Kroos and Aurelien Choameni often play in the centre. Thus, changing to get more playing time would make sense.

However, when rumors emerged about Camavinga’s transfer to Arsenal London, his advisor made a clear statement to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano: “It’s not true. Of course every team in the world would love him, but he’s very happy at Real Madrid and Real Madrid is very happy with Camavinga.”

The long uncertainty of the record champions ended. After struggling for a suitable successor to injured goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, a Bundesliga return was possible with newly signed Jan Sommer in the starting line-up. Coach Julian Nagelsmann has resisted criticism from the outside for allowing Summer to arrive first. According to pundits, Bayern’s second goalkeeper, Sven Ulrich, should have been in his place instead.


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