Real Madrid ‘very far’ in Jude Bellingham transfer talks after agreeing contract terms and staggering wages
REAL MADRID are “very far” into their negotiations with Jude Bellingham, according to reports.
Bellingham, 19, appears to be on course to leave Borussia Dortmund for the Spanish capital this summer.
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According to Bild, his personal terms at Madrid have already been agreed.
Under the contract, the Englishman will stay with Madrid until 2029 with a pay package worth more than £17million-a-year.
The report adds the only thing left to be hashed out is the fee between the clubs.
Madrid CEO José Ángel Sánchez will make an appearance in Dortmund later this week to negotiate this.
The German outfit will reportedly receive a “fixed” amount of just over £87m for Bellingham, with bonuses also being added.
Bellingham has shot into Madrid’s lense with his performances for both Dortmund and England.
The chase for the midfielder saw Liverpool pull out of the race due to a quoted asking price of £131m.
Ahead of Manchester City‘s Champions League semi-final second-leg clash with Real Madrid – which saw City thrash the Spaniards 4-0 – Bellingham is said to have snubbed a move to the Etihad.
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It was sensationally claimed the reason for this was down to the reigning Premier League champions being a “plastic” club.
For now though, the ex-Birmingham star is hoping to cap off his time in Germany by helping Dortmund dethrone Bayern Munich for the Bundesliga title.
If he can achieve the feat, it will be the first time the club have won the league since 2012 under Jurgen Klopp.
Bellingham would also become the first Brit to achieve this since Owen Hargreaves in 2006.