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Man Utd: Sheikh Jassim is a “big” Jude Bellingham supporter

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If the Qatari offer for the team is successful, sources have told Football Insider that Man Utd intends to compete for the signing of Jude Bellingham.

Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad, rumoured a “big fan” of the great Borussia Dortmund player. And may make a bid to sign him to a high-profile contract.

Although a magnificent move from Manchester United. It would be challenging to pull off given the pressure of time and competition from other top clubs.

The takeover deadline extended since bids for the club made on Wednesday night. And the takeover would need to move fast for any significant deal to be completed this summer.

Despite rumours that they won’t be able to afford him. Liverpool still considered by those familiar with the issue to be the narrow favourite to sign Bellingham. Liverpool has been working diligently for a long time to lay the basis for the Bellingham transaction.

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Man Utd eye Jude Bellingham deal

According to sources who spoke to Football Insider, there is growing chatter among people close to Sheikh Jassim. Erik ten Hag will have access to a sizable war chest if they purchase the team. They will go all-out to get the England player right away.

In what expected to be an elite-club fight for one of the most sought-after players in the world. Manchester City and Real Madrid also interested in signing him.

In addition, it’s possible that United will be able to promise Bellingham immediate stardom at the club and participation in the Champions League.

With two years left on Bellingham’s contract and no agreed-upon release clause, Dortmund are reportedly determined to obtain a sum more than the €144 million (£126 million) paid for Ousmane Dembele’s 2017 transfer to Barcelona.

There have been rumours that Liverpool is being forced out of the race for the player at this early stage due to the high expectations combined with the spending power of their rivals.

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