Pep Guardiola sends Jude Bellingham an unreserved transfer warning

Pep Guardiola sends Jude Bellingham an unreserved transfer warning

Jude Bellingham has been cautioned by Pep Guardiola that if he moves to the Premier League, he runs the risk of impeding his growth.

Bellingham, who shone throughout his three years in the Bundesliga, is generally anticipated to leave Borussia Dortmund and sign with a Premier League team during the summer transfer window.

Despite only being 19 years old, Bellingham is recognized as one of the top midfielders in the world.

He has been a standout for Borussia Dortmund over the previous three seasons, and he is currently a member of the Bundesliga team’s executive committee.

However, the England international is anticipated to depart Signal Iduna Park in the summer transfer window as he only has two years left on his deal.

With Liverpool, Real Madrid, and Bayern Munich all rumored to be interested in him, he won’t be short of suitors.

The midfielder had previously turned down Manchester United in favor of joining Dortmund from Birmingham City in 2020.

And Guardiola thinks that the Black and Yellow, where he will continue to be a star player, is the best environment for him. “In my opinion, Dortmund is the ideal destination for young, bright players.”

The City manager said that Jude Bellingham might not get the minutes if he went to City, United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, or Tottenham if he were in England.

“Playing time is the best method for a young athlete to improve. When he arrived, he was 17 years old, but it wasn’t just about his skill, the way he led, his kicking, or going to the referee.

When it came to mindset, this man was unique. He is already one of the captains at the age of 19. The quality is well known.

It’s not only about the objectives; the entire package is excellent. At age 19, he’s already competing for England. We are aware of his qualities.”

After destroying Stuttgart on Saturday, Dortmund will play City in the Champions League on Tuesday night.

At Signal Iduna Park, Bellingham scored two of his team’s five goals, and manager Edin Terzi had no illusions about the caliber of the players at his disposal.

“Borussia Dortmund is renowned for giving young players the opportunity to compete at the highest level. The eldest 19-year-old I’ve ever seen is Jude, I believe.

He excels both on and off the field. We are overjoyed with him. “It benefits both parties,” Terzic declared.

Although we are pleased with how he is functioning, we recognize that he is still developing, and we are here to encourage him and help him understand his limitations.

Not only do we gain from having him, but Dortmund is also the best place for him to advance in his career. Jude will have a significant impact over the next few years, in addition to the rest of the current season.

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