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Borussia Dortmund interested in signing Jude's younger brother Jobe Bellingham

Published at :May 17, 2024 at 4:40 PM
Modified at :May 17, 2024 at 4:40 PM
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Rajarshi Shukla

The German club developed Jude Bellingham before he joined Real Madrid

Jobe Bellingham is reportedly a target for Borussia Dortmund. Jobe, who joined Sunderland from his boyhood club Birmingham City for an unknown price this past summer, is the brother of Real Madrid player Jude.

In addition, he has had a fantastic first season with Sunderland, tallying seven goals from midfield in the Championship. According to Football Insider, Dortmund are eager to sign him since he has a lot of untapped potential.

Jude inked a six-year contract worth over €100 million to join Real Madrid after joining the Bundesliga team in 2020.

Jobe would like to follow in the footsteps of his older brother, and joining Dortmund will unquestionably something to give careful thought to. Newcastle and Tottenham of the Premier League are also interested in the Sunderland wonderkid.

Jobe Bellingham may be a highly intriguing target for Dortmund to take into consideration for their midfield rebuild.

Jobe Bellingham’s 2023-24 season with Sunderland

Bellingham has made 45 appearances in the Championship for Sunderland this season, recording 7 goals and 1 assist. When contrasted with akin participants in the top 14 leagues last year, Bellingham has excelled in terms of non-penalty goals (0.17), average pass completion (85.9%), and forward passes received (4.49) per 90.

Jobe Bellingham has been the subject of multiple moves that have been discussed; the most recent relocation occurred whilst Jude was still a member of the team. More than just continuing a family legacy for Dortmund’s gifted midfield pair, Bellingham’s arrival might offer the club an intriguing option to consider within the parameters of their resurrected transfer target strategy.

According to the aforementioned source, Bellingham will be able to help Sunderland with a significant sale this summer in an effort to boost earnings.

Bellingham is presently valued at 9 million euros, therefore if Sunderland decide to sell, Bellingham might be offered for between 10 and 15 million euros, which would be a reasonable expenditure for Dortmund.

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