BORUSSIA DORTMUND have reportedly named next summer’s price for star man Jude Bellingham amid interest from a host of Europe’s elite clubs.
And his fine form and maturity in the Bundesliga has alerted a number of clubs.
A move to the Bernabeu would see Bellingham play alongside fellow teenager Eduardo Camavinga and big money signing Aurelien Tchouameni.
But Dortmund have slapped a minimum transfer fee of £103million on Bellingham’s head for next summer.
Unlike Erling Haaland, who moved to Manchester City for just £51m, Bellingham DOES NOT have a release clause in his contract.
That means Dortmund are able to call the shots in their negotiations.
Bellingham’s contract isn’t due to expire until 2025 either, allowing the German club to play hardball.
The teenager says he’s “looking forward” to the new season as Dortmund’s poster boy.
He said last month: “The only future I think of is the next game for Dortmund.
“I’m really looking forward to next season. I can’t wait for it to finally start. But yes, I’ll be here next season, and I’ll be ready.”