Liverpool to not sign Bellingham if FSG own the club

Bellingham is expected to leave the Bundesliga club next summer.

So many things are going around Liverpool and another story emerged with Jude Bellingham who is the transfer target for 2023.

According to journalist Graeme Bailey. Liverpool will not sign Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham while FSG still owns the club. The ownership saga is happening at Anfield and we may see a new owner of the club.

Bellingham is expected to leave the Bundesliga club next summer, while some outlets have said a January transfer is possible.

Real Madrid, Manchester City and Liverpool are also in the race to land the English teenager. Manchester United and Chelsea have also been linked.

A recent report added that City are leading the race as things stand, with his eventual transfer expected to cost at least £100million.

Bellingham has netted seven goals and three assists in 20 matches across all competitions this season.

The 19-year-old is currently with the England squad in Qatar as they prepare to kick off their World Cup campaign next Monday.

Many believe he should start for the Three Lions, but with Kalvin Phillips returning from injury, he could be dropped to the bench by Gareth Southgate.

FSG’s decision to put Liverpool up for sale has cast some doubt over the club’s pursuit of Bellingham.

Would they be willing to fund over £100m on a transfer, knowing they will not own the club to watch him play? I doubt it.

90min journalist Graeme Bailey has said Bellingham “won’t be going to Liverpool” as long as FSG are the club’s owners.

Bailey reckons the England teenager will stay at Dortmund beyond the summer of 2023. It would probably mean FSG will not be in charge when he becomes available.

“I’m erring towards I think he [Bellingham] might stay another year, as it stands now,” Bailey said on the Talking Transfers Podcast.

“Obviously, that extra year is a good thing for Liverpool. Because it gives FSG a chance to sell the club and then the new owners probably will pay for Bellingham.

“If when Jude Bellingham moves, FSG own Liverpool, he won’t be going to Liverpool. Because they will not pay the money it takes to get him. So, if he stays another year, they’re one of the teams who could benefit from that.”

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