Jude Bellingham is a highly sought-after player in Europe, and several big clubs are rumoured to be interested in acquiring him, including Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester City, and Chelsea. As a standout player in the Bundesliga and for the England national team, it is expected that Borussia Dortmund could command a high transfer fee for Bellingham.
According to recent rumors, Premier League clubs may be willing to pay a transfer fee of around €150 million to sign Real Madrid’s target and Borussia Dortmund’s player Jude Bellingham.
However, some have questioned whether Real Madrid should pursue this deal, as the team currently has several positions in need of reinforcement, including striker, right winger, and both full-back positions.
While Bellingham is considered a talented player, some believe that it may not be the best decision for the team to invest such a large sum in a single transfer, especially when there are other areas of the squad that also need to be strengthened.
Enzo Fernandez is a better option for Real Madrid
Enzo Fernandez, who won the World Cup with Argentina and was named Young Player of the Tournament, has attracted attention from many with his recent performances.
Fernandez has experienced a rapid rise in his career, moving from River Plate to Benfica just last summer. Since joining the Portuguese club, he has adapted well to European football and consistently impressed with his performances.
Many people did not expect Fernandez to be included in the Argentine squad for the World Cup, and he initially started the tournament as a substitute.
However, his impressive performances earned him a spot in the starting lineup, and he played a key role in helping his national team win the tournament after a 36-year drought.
While Bellingham may be a more talented player overall, it is estimated that it would cost around €150 million to sign him, while a transfer fee of approximately €80 million may be sufficient to secure Fernandez. Despite the €70 million difference in transfer fees, the quality gap between the two midfielders is not considered to be significant.