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After Liverpool’s transfer decision, Jude Bellingham “picks” his next club



Jude Bellingham was previously rumored to be moving to Liverpool, but reports from Spain claim the England international will move to Real Madrid instead.

According to a recent source, Jude Bellingham will refuse a move to Manchester City in favor of Real Madrid, 14 times European champions.

With Liverpool and Jürgen Klopp huge admirers of the young Borussia Dortmund midfielder, the English superstar was long overdue to move to Anfield this summer. However, Reds managers have for now suspended their pursuit of Bellingham in favor of a more comprehensive approach to midfield revamp this summer, as revealed by ECHO earlier this month.

However, the 19-year-old is reportedly planning to turn down interest from treble-chasing Pep Guardiola’s City side in favor of a move to the Santiago Bernabeu, so he won’t play in the Premier League next season, the Spaniard said. SLA publication.

According to the report, Bellingham’s pursuit is about to enter a “decisive phase” and Dortmund will enter formal talks once the player formally announces his choice. The article stated that “Real Madrid’s signing of Jude Bellingham is about to enter its decisive phase”. “As was communicated to AS, the Borussia Dortmund midfielder has decided to move to Real Madrid.


The English footballer believes that the sports options of White Club are the best for him to progress in his career. As a result, he will commit to Real Madrid in the near future.

“Once the player has given his consent, the white managers start talks with Borussia Dortmund along the way. Real Madrid have always been so upfront that the first step in the process would be to get Bellingham’s approval before of the formalities for its signature begin. The other two interested clubs, Liverpool and Manchester City, didn’t want to accept her offer. The transfer negotiations with Borussia Dortmund will therefore begin once the first phase has been completed.

Following Bellingham’s cancellation, Liverpool have been linked with moves for Chelsea’s Mason Mount and Conor Gallagher, as well as Bristol City’s Alex Scott. Brighton’s Alexis Mac Allister and Moises Caicedo have also been linked with a move to Anfield.


Lineup Liverpool vs Tottenham – as Ibrahima Konate is back from injury 

Liverpool host Tottenham on Sunday and Jurgen Klopp is expected to remain largely with the side which have won three league games in a row.

Liverpool finally appear to be starting to gain momentum after a trying season in which they have been inconsistent at best.

A slightly different system, with Trent Alexander-Arnold playing more centrally when in possession, has helped the Reds regain some form. However, Klopp ceased to say that his site has regained consistency.

Although the qualification of the Champions League is quite unrealistic, the form of Liverpool could always help you capture a place in this competition or in the Europa League during the following season.

This is how Liverpool could line up against Tottenham.

Team news 

Here’s what Klopp told reporters in his press conference:

Ibrahima Konate “will be back” to face Tottenham

Diogo Jota “struck on the back” against West Ham, but “should be fine”

Naby Keita “will train after a muscle injury”

Liverpools XI vs. Tottenham

Klopp has made just one change in his last four games – with Joel Matip replacing the injured Konate against West Ham.

“The ticket for this team will be a willingness to counter-press,” said the coach, adding that it “has created a situation in training where anyone can show up.”

While the team are clearly pushing Klopp’s starters, the German is unlikely to make any drastic changes against Tottenham.

The team might look like this:

Just a change from Liverpool’s win over West Ham

Konaté returns before Matip

The midfield remains the same, Fabinho is seated

Here’s how Liverpool would line up:

Alison; Alexandre-Arnold, Konaté, Van Dijk, Robertson; Fabinho, Henderson, Jones; Salah, Jota, Gakpo

Something that could strain Klopp’s hand is his captain’s aging nature, as Liverpool are in the midst of a spell where they play six games in just 19 days.

Injuries could also mean Klopp changing teams.

Jota is currently in doubt due to a back blow he received against West Ham. Klopp said he “should be fine” but did not take part in training on Friday.

With that in mind, we may see more changes:

Darwin Nunez starts the first of six competitions, replacing Jota

Matip keeps his place next to Virgil van Dijk

Thiago replaces Jordan Henderson in midfield

Here’s what this rotated team would look like:

Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Fabinho, Thiago, Jones; Salah, Nunez, Gakpo

Klopp’s focus on counter-pressure will continue for the rest of this season as he urges his Liverpool side to return to the blueprint that brought them success.

The players he decides to pick against Tottenham Hotspur should be ready for an intense 90 minutes at Anfield.

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