Manchester United - Theatre of Dreams - Part 36

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Sir Alex Ferguson present as Jude Bellingham holds transfer talks with Man Utd

Legendary Manchester United manager Ferguson was reportedly brought in to persuade Bellingham to snub rivals for Old Trafford

Sir Alex Ferguson was brought in to help persuade Jude Bellingham sign for Manchester United , according to reports.

Bellingham, who has taken the Championship by storm with Birmingham City, is believed to have held talks with United on Monday.

His parents were spotted leaving Manchester United's Carrington training ground in a 4x4 on Monday, with the 16-year-old midfielder thought to have been back in the back of the car.

United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and transfer negotiator Matt Judge left around an hour later.

Bellingham, who is Birmingham's youngest ever goalscorer, was thought to be close to joining Borussia Dortmund - although he has also been linked with interest from Chelsea , Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.

However, United have enlisted the help of legendary manager Ferguson in a bid to entice Bellingham, according to the Telegraph.

The publication says the teenager and his parents were given a tour of United's training ground in the company of Ferguson, Woodward and Judge.

Ferguson - who counts 13 Premier League titles and two European Cups among his huge United trophy haul - has been seen more frequently at Carrington since his former protege Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge as manager.

However, the Scot's presence on Monday has to be taken as a sign of United's determination to snap up Bellingham from under their rivals' noses.

With academy graduates Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Marcus Rashford, Scott McTominay, Brandon Williams and Andreas Pereira regularly in the first-team squad, United will hope to have convinced Bellingham and his parents that there is a clear pathway for young players.

Bellingham has scored four goals and provided three assists in the Championship this season for Birmingham, who value him at £50million.

The 16th-placed side are seemingly resigned to the prospect of him moving onto one of Europe's top teams, and have given several clubs permission to talk to him.

Bellingham currently earns just £145 a week on a scholarship contract and has yet to sign his first professional deal, but he will be eligible to do so when he turns 17 in June, and he could be in line to earn an eye-watering £100k-a-week.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/sir-alex-ferguson-present-jude-21663960

If you open talks to sign him, make sure you sign him this summer.
 
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Birmingham have allowed Bellingham to speak to other clubs.

United will have to fork out mega bucks to land Bellingham though, with Bundesliga side Dortmund reportedly willing to break their transfer record by bringing him in for £30m.

The Red Devils believe they would need to stump up more like £50m because Dortmund reckon they can sign the player for training compensation.

https://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/newreply.php?do=newreply&noquote=1&p=125614264

Why Man Utd need to pay more than £50m to sign him while Dortmund can sign him for only £30m? Dortmund had signed several quality young players without paying much.
 

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.......................MR10........................

Grealish...........Bruno...............Sancho

.............Pogba..........MCT39..............

Shaw.....Maguire.......Smalling.......AWB

........................DDG.........................

Subs: AM9, Greenwood, DJ, Matic, Bailly, Williams ,Romero

Start fapping nao :s13::s13:

where’s Fred???
 

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That squad looks extremely poor without Andreas and JLingz
 

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Birmingham have allowed Bellingham to speak to other clubs.

United will have to fork out mega bucks to land Bellingham though, with Bundesliga side Dortmund reportedly willing to break their transfer record by bringing him in for £30m.

The Red Devils believe they would need to stump up more like £50m because Dortmund reckon they can sign the player for training compensation.

https://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/newreply.php?do=newreply&noquote=1&p=125614264

Why Man Utd need to pay more than £50m to sign him while Dortmund can sign him for only £30m? Dortmund had signed several quality young players without paying much.

Using BVB to up the asking price. You first time meh? First time got ang bao one they say.
 

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Our EL game on Thursday will be played behind closed doors. No fans allowed in the stadium
 

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PP is a good player but poor influence to the team. And with his damn agent, it is best that he go
 

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Jose's spurs out of UCL.

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Haha just thinking.. what if more and more European countries postponing and suspend matches? Wouldn’t be the games getting more compact? Or everything this season cancelled and to be restarted next season hahaha.. that will be very funny 😆
 
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