Hopes are high that, this summer, Manchester United can land one of the most exciting teenagers to emerge, in the Championship, for many a season, Jude Bellingham.
Bellingham, just 16-years-of-age, has established himself in the Birmingham City side and has attracted interest from a variety of clubs.
According to The Sun four clubs that have agreed to pay Birmingham City’s £30 million valuation of the player, with the quartet being Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and, of course, Manchester United.
But it would appear that young Jude is in a quandary as to which club to opt for and has yet to decide where his future lies.
Delving back a few weeks, Manchester United may have stolen a march on their rivals, when it comes to acquiring the youngster permanently, when, as reported by The Metro, the youngster and his family were given a tour of the club facilities and also met Sir Alex Ferguson.
Hopefully, that will stand Manchester United in good stead when it comes to closing a deal but I’m guessing it’ll eventually come down to who offers the youngster not only the best deal but also a guarantee of regular opportunities of gracing the first-team.
But will that be us?
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