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Man City: Sky Blues willing to outbid competitors for Jude Bellingham

Man City: Sky Blues willing to outbid competitors for Jude Bellingham -Manchester City News

Manchester City are now willing to outbid their competitors for the signing of Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham, according to a new report.

The Lowdown: Race for Bellingham

Bellingham is one of the most sought-after young prospects in world football, and a deal to sign him will not come cheap, with the Independent recently reporting that Dortmund’s asking price currently stands at a massive £130m.

The same report claims that Real Madrid are becoming increasingly confident that they can win the race for his signature, however it also names Liverpool, Man City and rivals Manchester United as interested parties.

The Latest: City willing to spend big

According to a report from Marca (via Sport Witness), the Sky Blues have joined the race for the 19-year-old, who has now become the object of Pep Guardiola’s desire.

It is also detailed that City are willing to beat any offer that is presented to Dortmund, using the great financial power at their disposal, and the player himself will now be left with the decision to make.

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The Verdict: Get it done

It is absolutely vital that Man City seize the opportunity to sign the starlet, as he is quite simply a generational talent, who has the ability to run their midfield for over a decade to come.

Lauded as ‘sensational‘ by Gary Lineker for his exploits with England at the World Cup, the youngster has also impressed at club level, already captaining the club despite his tender years, becoming the youngest player ever to do so.

The central midfielder is composed and confident on the ball, as indicated by the fact that he has completed an average of 1.67 dribbles per 90 over the past year, putting him in the 96th percentile, while an average of 3.93 progressive passes per 90 places him in the 93rd, and would make him a great fit for Guardiola’s possession-based style of play.

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