Aggressive investment continues.
The British media ‘Telegraph’ reported on the 15th (Korean time), “Chelsea is jumping into the summer transfer market for Jude Bellingham (19, Borussia Dortmund). The transfer fee is expected to be 100 million pounds (approximately 156 billion won).” .
The new president system is undergoing major reforms. Chelsea have gone through two transfer windows since the appointment of Todd Boelli as chairman. It is transforming by investing a whopping 600 million pounds (approximately 936 billion won). In the winter transfer market, Enzo Fernandez (22) was signed for 106 million pounds, breaking the record for the highest transfer fee in the English Premier League (PL). He boldly bet 100 million euros on the signing of Ukraine’s newcomer Mikhailo Mudrik (21) and won the scouting match against Arsenal.
In the third transfer market, he predicted a large investment. It is also expected to jump into the transfer market’s biggest midfielder scouting match.
Bellingham, who has been in the spotlight since his youth, is already being called a top-tier midfielder. After joining Dortmund, he emerged as one of the best midfielders in the German Bundesliga. He is the third team captain this season. He is also a key player in the England national team. He left a deep impression on the world football world by playing in the England national team uniform at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. 토토사이트
He has already emerged as a top recruiting target for big clubs in Europe. According to The Telegraph, England’s Liverpool and Manchester City, as well as Spain’s Real Madrid, are closely monitoring Bellingham’s situation. Local media are expecting at least 100 million pounds for Bellingham’s transfer fee.
Even Chairman Boelli fell in love with Bellingham. ‘Telegraph’ explained, “Chairman Boelli watched the Qatar World Cup match between England and Iran. He was sure of Bellingham’s talent. He even scored a goal and made a definite impression.”
Even Chelsea are already planning to organize their squad. The media added, “Chelsea is preparing for failure to advance to the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) next season. We are preparing a large-scale player sale to prevent violations of Financial Fair Play (FFP).”