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TOP STORY: Man Utd has insider track for Bellingham

Manchester United are in pole position to sign the youngster from Borussia Dortmund Jude Bellingham, after the sun.

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The report says the Red Devils’ attempts to impress the midfielder began before his move from Birmingham City to the Bundesliga club, which laid the groundwork for a future move to Old Trafford.

The teenager received great special treatment back in April 2020 when Sir Alex Ferguson took him and his family on a tour of United’s training ground, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also spent time with him trying to convince him to join United.

While Bellingham moved to Dortmund over the lure of being able to play straight away, it is believed that the treatment he received made a lasting impression on the 18-year-old.

Bellingham certainly had this season to impress in the Bundesliga and Champions League until he is now England international.

Those performances also mean Man United aren’t the only big club looking to sign Bellingham as Chelsea and Manchester City are watching them too.

It was previously reported that any club that wants to get him would have to pay at least 100 million euros.

If United are willing to pay that, their past behavior regarding Bellingham could work in their favor.

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Jude Bellingham has become one of the top transfer destinations for English clubs. TUR / BSR Agency / Getty Images


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