Chelsea and Man United join Jude Bellingham race as player opens up on future


Chelsea and Manchester United have joined Liverpool in the race to sign Jude Bellingham

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Bellingham celebrates his goal against Manchester City.

Bellingham continues to grow rapidly at Dortmund thanks to his superb performance in the loss to Manchester City in the Champions League on Tuesday nights.

The 19-year-old midfielder scored his third goal of the season against the Citizens. But, again, questions were raised about the young man's future before the game.

Liverpool are believed to be frontrunner for Bellingham's signature in their bid to revitalise an aging and prone to injury midfield.

Manchester United and Man City have also been credited with an interest for the midfielder, however there is a call to dread from European bigwigs Real Madrid.

Todd Boehly, a new co-owner of Chelsea, broke the record for the most money ever spent on a single summer when he spent £271 million between July and September. Only weeks after the window closed, Boehly fired coach Thomas Tuchel and bought out his share of the club.

Now, according to the Sun, the Blues are looking at splashing out once again in the shot run, this time around for long-term Liverpool target Bellingham.

Bellingham spoke about his future before Dortmund's Champions League lost to City, the 21-year-old said: "The club [Dortmund] have done loads for me and made me feel very welcome since I first came and gave me the opportunities to develop even further.

"To look past that and into the future would be disrespectful."

Amid claims that returning to England is a long-term goal, Bellingham answered: "It's a massive game against Man City. To even be thinking about something like that would be crazy."

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