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Despite claims of a £84 million bid, Liverpool is “cool Jude Bellingham pursuit.”

This summer, Liverpool are said to have slowed down their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham and will look elsewhere.

After accepting that they will not be bringing the midfielder to Anfield this summer, Paul Joyce of The Times stated that the Reds are compiling a list of alternative targets.

According to reports, the club no longer considers “a huge chunk of this summer’s funds [on] one player]” to be the best course of action, and wages will ultimately significantly raise Bellingham’s overall cost.

In addition, it is widely acknowledged that Bellingham was “enamoured” by the extent of the Reds’ interest in him as they attempt to rebuild their midfield department.

Caught Offside had previously asserted, backed up by a variety of German sources, that Liverpool had offered Dortmund £84 million for Bellingham’s services.

In addition to claims of a bid, it was reported that Liverpool had not yet received a response from Dortmund. It is unclear whether any bid has led the club’s new stance on Bellingham directly or indirectly.

Real Madrid, who have also been credited with a long-term interest in the player, may be able to swoop in and sign Bellingham instead if reports indicate that he will not be moving to Anfield this summer.

For Liverpool, be that as it may, Jurgen Klopp and his side will probably now have to look somewhere else.

The Times guarantee that Chelsea midfielder Artisan Mount will probably be ‘the focal point of consideration’ would it be advisable for him he choose to leave Stamford Scaffold in the mid year.

The England international’s current contract runs out in the summer of 2024, and he hasn’t decided on new terms yet.

The renowned transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano provided an update on the likelihood of the 24-year-old staying at Stamford Bridge last month. Chelsea’s efforts to persuade Mount to remain at Stamford Bridge have so far been unsuccessful.

On his YouTube channel, he explained: I can tell you that the plan is that negotiations will resume at the end of the season. In this way, May, June. However, from what I understand, the situation may be altered by the new coach.

“For Mount, the new mentor will be significant. At the conclusion of the season, let’s see how the conversation develops. Right now it’s still on reserve between Bricklayer Mount and Chelsea, with Liverpool truly keen on the English midfielder.”


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