According to reports in the Times, Jude Bellingham, the English midfielder currently playing for Borussia Dortmund, may not be coming back to England soon, as he prefers to wait and reassess his future in 2024 rather than make a hasty move. The article suggests that Bellingham could stay at the Bundesliga club if the right deal doesn’t come along.
Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler, writing in the Mirror, believes that Bellingham’s signing would not solve Liverpool’s midfield issues and thinks the club’s decision not to spend their whole transfer budget on him is a wise one.
Chelsea have reportedly met with former Bayern Munich manager, Julian Nagelsmann, and could be one step closer to announcing their new manager, following the sacking of Graham Potter in early April.
Meanwhile, Manchester United’s search for a forward has allegedly extended to Naples, with the club linked to Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen. However, the Manchester Evening News reports that the 24-year-old Napoli star is happy with life in Italy and may not make a move.
Arsenal is reportedly eyeing Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic to boost their forward stocks. Football Insider suggests that the Premier League leaders are keen on the 23-year-old.
Spanish publication AS has suggested that 18-year-old Barcelona midfielder, Gavi, could be the bargaining tool for former Spain boss Luis Enrique to land the top job at Chelsea, as Enrique could help the Blues sign the young star.