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Breaking News: Jude Bellingham’s possible buyout clause could see him move to Liverpool in 2024



Liverpool could potentially sign Jude Bellingham in 2024, although the midfielder will sign a new contract with Borussia Dortmund, it is rumored.

The Reds have had a terrible season. Jürgen Klopp’s side are currently seventh in the Premier League, around nine points off the top four, albeit with two games to play.
Meanwhile, they are out of both domestic cups and are on the verge of elimination from the Champions League, having lost the first leg of their last 16 games with Real Madrid 5-2.

In turn, Liverpool are expected to undergo a massive rebuild in the summer, with Borussia Dortmund star Bellingham their No. 1 transfer target. Naturally, the teenager is the most sought-after midfielder in world football, with Real, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United also aiming for the player’s signature.
However, according to a well-known journalist, Liverpool can bring Bellingham into 2024 by paying a release clause for the English star.

Bellingham to Liverpool?

According to Andy Brassell, Bellingham could sign a new contract with Dortmund and stay at Signal Iduna Park for another season. However, the new deal would include a release clause. Referring to Dortmund sporting director Sebastian Kehl, Brassell told talkSPORT: “The other half of what Kehl said was, ‘I really hope Jude Bellingham stays for another year.’

“There has been speculation in Germany that they will offer him a huge salary, around €15m a year, to earn him for another year – also with a release clause in 2024.

“I just wonder where Liverpool are right now if you were Jude Bellingham saying Liverpool don’t qualify for the Champions League.

“If you’re Jewish, you might think, ‘Well, maybe I’ll give them a year to sort it out and keep playing the Champions League, especially when things are going well and for a lot of money.’ .

“It can’t be completely ruled out, but obviously the Germans love Bellingham so much.”

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Highlight of Crystal Palace vs Liverpool

The Reds had glimpses of goal but didn’t look good enough and risked giving even more presents after defensive calamities in the recent defeat to Real Madrid.

However, it was a good first few minutes for Liverpool and Mohamed Salah threatened to open the scoring with a low shot which landed comfortably wide of the goal line.

Jean-Philippe Mateta nearly hit a nasty back pass from Trent Alexander-Arnold, but some quick reflexes from Alisson ensured the Frenchman couldn’t get enough of his lob.
Diogo Jota soon after sent a vicious volley on goal, but the strike was in the hands of Vicente Guaita into the Palace goal, before Alexander-Arnold’s free-kick hit Jordan Henderson’s surprised head and flew clear of the goal as it seemed predestined. upper corner.

Palace pressure mounted as the half ticked by and the deflection of a Naby Keita cross had its heart in its mouth as it sizzled just wide of Alisson’s post, seconds before Mateta hit the bar after Alexander-Arnold was struck again .


There was still time for another Joel Matip defensive error before the end of the half, with Liverpool once again woefully shaky. Liverpool brought energy early in the second half and Salah fired a delightful try towards the top corner but could only watch the ball break the bar.

Things slowed down after that, however, and the next real shot on goal came ten minutes from time when Cody Gakpo hit Guaita on a ball and sent a jerky shot on goal, but the Dutchman’s shot went wide. finished on the post.

Palace earned their fourth consecutive draw at home but will nullify their missed chances in the first half.

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