‘Klopp is calling,’ Romano says of Liverpool’s interest in signing a ‘unbelievable player.’
Fabrizio Romano has revealed his knowledge of Liverpool and the fight to sign Jude Bellingham.
It’s no secret that the Reds are interested in signing the England midfielder this summer, but as we all know, this will be a transfer battle for the ages.
Indeed, practically every major club in Europe wants Bellingham, and the winner of this contest will have to fight extremely hard to gain his services.
Liverpool, according to Romano, is doing precisely that. According to the writer, Jurgen Klopp is making calls regarding this potential signing virtually every day.
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“He’s an unbelievable player, but I think it’s going to be very difficult for Borussia Dortmund to keep Jude Bellingham for another season. Behind the scenes the situation is crazy. All of the big clubs are moving. I’m told that Jurgen Klopp is calling almost everyday to ask about updates on the situation of Jude Bellingham,” Romano said.
“For sure, Chelsea will go for an important midfielder, Bellingham is a player they appreciate. Manchester City are in the race, Real Madrid are following the situation. It is a big fight.”
Klopp appears to be doing everything possible behind the scenes to bring Bellingham to Liverpool, but what the Reds do on the field between now and the end of the season may be more crucial.
Make no mistake: Bellingham will want to play in the Champions League next season, and if Liverpool’s form does not improve dramatically soon, they will not be competing in UEFA’s top league next season.
Liverpool can never be written off, but if they don’t place in the top four this season, it’s difficult to see them winning the transfer race.