Brutal reason Jude Bellingham is set to snub Man City transfer revealed as he nears Real Madrid move | The Sun

BORUSSIA DORTMUND superstar Jude Bellingham has reportedly turned down a move to Manchester City.

Bellingham appears set to join Real Madrid ahead of the summer transfer window following a heated bidding war.

Liverpool were also involved in the transfer chase but pulled out due to the midfielder's astronomical valuation, which has been set at a reported €150million (£131m).

City have also showed interest but the England international doesn't appear keen on a move to the Etihad.

That is according to German journalist Patrick Berger, who claims the 19-year-old and his family view the reigning Premier League champions as a "plastic" club.

Bellingham holds the same view regarding other Gulf-backed clubs, such as Paris Saint-Germain.

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The ex-Birmingham star is also not keen on Chelsea due to their "crazy transfer strategy" after owner Todd Boehly splashed over half a million pounds on his debut season.

Therefore, a return to England appears almost impossible for the teenage sensation.

This comes after reports suggesting Bellingham hasaccepted all of the details in his contract to join Real.

In fact, the Stourbridge native is said to be "excited" by the project at Santiago Bernabeu.

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Bellingham's deal now hinges on an upcoming meeting between Real Madrid and Dortmund where they will discuss the proposed transfer.

The two clubs will thrash out a final fee for the player, who is currently concentrating on helping Edin Terzic's side win the Bundesliga.

The German giants are second in the table with only one point separating them from rivals Bayern Munich.

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