Real Madrid could consider giving away Camavinga and €100 million to sign Bellingham

Real Madrid is considering making a player-plus-cash deal to Borussia Dortmund in order to capture Jude Bellingham

Real Madrid has made the 19-year-old England midfielder a top priority goal as the summer transfer window approaches. Los Blancos must sign a top-tier midfielder because the futures of Luka Modric and Toni Kroos are uncertain, and Bellingham has emerged as their main choice. The La Liga winners believe that Dortmund’s estimated €150 million valuation of the England star is excessive.

According to reports, Real Madrid may try to pay a set fee of €100 million and add-ons to get its offer closer to the German club’s asking price. With Eduardo Camavinga emerging as the star who might be sold to Dortmund, Sky Germany is saying that the Merengues are now examining the prospect of sending a player as part of the deal in addition to paying cash.

The 20-year-old Frenchman has not had an easy time at Real Madrid because it appears that Carlo Ancelotti does not fully trust him, as evidenced by the scarcity of starts and the frequency of half-time replacements in the games he has started.

However, notwithstanding recent rumours that Arsenal was interested in Camavinga, it was asserted that Real Madrid saw the former Rennes wonderkid as a crucial component of the team’s present and future.

Even though he hasn’t played as much as he would want at the Santiago Bernabeu, the young midfield wonder is reportedly content there. In light of the fact that adding Camavinga to the process to sign Bellingham would further weaken Real Madrid’s midfield and the uncertainty surrounding the futures of Modric and Kroos, the idea of it does seem a little perplexing.

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