The One Thing That Could Stop Jude Bellingham From Joining Liverpool

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According to rumors, Liverpool’s salary structure could stymie their chase of brilliant England teenager Jude Bellingham.

This comes as information of Darwin Nunez’s deal to Liverpool and Erling Haaland’s sale to Manchester City have emerged, with Nunez costing Liverpool somewhat more initially but receiving substantially lower pay than Haaland.

Nunez’s £140,000-a-week deal, according to Lynch of the National Online News, was in line with Liverpool’s overall transfer approach in recent years, which has been to pay high upfront payments for players but then place them on modest wages inside a restricted framework.

Considering their obvious success, Liverpool does not have a single-player among the top ten Premier League earners, but Manchester United has four.

This strategy has paid off for the team, as they have recently won the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, and League Cup, as well as a Club World Cup.

Bellingham move shows perfect blend of transfer market patience and  arrogance at Liverpool

The additions of Ibrahima Konate and Luis Diaz, both of whom match Lynch’s profile in terms of price and wages, were a big part of the team’s success last season.

Liverpool is thought to be prioritizing the acquisition of a new midfielder in 2023, after their effort to sign Aurelien Tchouamnei fell through because of concerns about the age of certain of their players.

Many regard Jude Bellingham as the perfect Liverpool addition if he can be lured away from the German side Borussia Dortmund. He is a talented midfielder with an exceptional physical profile and Champions League credentials.

However, the previous Birmingham City man has a large following across Europe, and Liverpool fans are worried that their cheaper salaries may stymie a possible transfer.

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This comes as tensions among star Liverpool players and the club’s owners, Fenway Sports Group, are increasing.

Sadio Mane and Mo Salah have both had long, drawn-out contract disputes with the club over pay, which could be why they are both leaving or about to leave.

A sense of dissatisfaction among Liverpool fans may soon develop that the club’s owners are unwilling to raise pay in order to keep up with their major rivals.

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