Gianluca Di Marzio stated that Liverpool would be Jude Bellingham’s “ideal location.”
The journalist thinks Reds manager Jurgen Klopp would be “ideal” for him, according to Dutch outlet Soccernews.
In recent weeks, rumors connecting Bellingham and Liverpool have grown more intense.
David Ornstein of The Athletic recently asserted that the Reds “do want to sign him.”
Additionally, it appears that Bellingham has been the target of Klopp’s personal pursuit.
Nevertheless, despite Liverpool being the early favorites, the race is still open.
Now, Di Marzio has shared his opinions and given an update on the Liverpool / Bellingham game.
Jurgen Klopp is a terrific coach for any player coming from Borussia Dortmund to Anfield, thus Liverpool would be a nice choice for him, the man stated.
“Klopp is the ideal manager to get the most out of Bellingham since he knows the Bundesliga like the back of his hand.
Additionally, Bellingham is a player that Liverpool needs, but finding a trade due to the price is challenging.
“Anyway, this will be a summertime deal. His recent switch from one agency to another has nothing to do with the negotiations.
The conversations are now being handled by his parents, but I don’t anticipate much progress in January.
“In my opinion, Liverpool is Bellingham’s ideal destination, and Manchester United appears to have dropped out.
“The cost is between 100 and 130 million euros.”
He might be among the best.
Bellingham would be the ideal player to base Liverpool’s team on if they were to completely restructure their midfield the following season.
The fact that the 19-year-old was brilliant at the World Cup should have been sufficient proof of his abilities.
He was predicted to become “the best midfielder in the world” by his England teammate Phil Foden.
Bellingham, in Rob Draper’s opinion from the Daily Mail, was already the finest midfielder at the World Cup.
Was that a young Bryan Robson wearing an England jersey back then? After England defeated Senegal, he remarked, “It certainly seemed like it.
What were you doing at the age of 19? seeing Jude Bellingham made you reflect on that.
You suspect he would be the president of the student union or some high-flying trader in the City even if he weren’t a world-class football player.
It’s unusual to see a youngster in charge of such a skilled team of professionals. Bellingham’s performance, though, was minimal.
He made a great move into space to set up Jordan Henderson for the opening goal. But the second goal on the 45-minute mark was his masterpiece.
But it was much more than just the intended interventions. He is the leader of the press, sets the pace, competes for the ball, and makes runs behind the defense. He is the boss man in midfield.
Which World Cup midfielder was the best? He might be the best.