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Dortmund make Jude Bellingham transfer decision amid Chelsea, Liverpool and Man United interest

Borussia Dortmund are reportedly set to deal a blow to any clubs hoping to sign Jude Bellingham by extending the midfielder’s contract.

The 17-year-old has made waves in the Bundesliga since joining the club from Birmingham City last summer, earning himself a call-up to the England squad for this summer’s Euro 2020 tournament.

The teenager is reportedly a target for a number of clubs in the transfer market, with Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and more keeping tabs on his progress.

But according to Bild, those clubs will have to wait with Dortmund set to extend the midfielder’s contract when he turns 18 this month.

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Bellingham signed a three-year contract when joining Dortmund in a deal thought to be worth up to £25million to the Championship club.

And Dortmund will reportedly be extending that deal by another two years when he finally turns 18.

The summer window is officially open and now the Blues can look to build on European glory and bolster the squad to push for Premier League supremacy.

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The German side will be hoping that the new contract will be enough to persuade the young star to ignor other opportunities and remain at the club where he has shone so brightly this season, making 46 appearances in all competitions.

Any move for the youngster would likely be rejected this summer, with clubs also circling for Bellingham’s teammates Jadon Sancho and Erling Haaland.

Chelsea have already been told they will need to “smash” their current wage bill if they wish to sign Norway…

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