Liverpool will not make another attempt to bring Jude Bellingham to Anfield in the summer. The English top club would have made an offer for the Borussia Dortmund midfielder, but according to various reports from England, it is suggested that Liverpool have decided to focus on other players.
Among other things, The Times reports that Liverpool has decided that the priorities in the summer transfer market are on other targets, mainly due to the huge transfer fee that has to be paid for Bellingham. Dortmund would ask about 115 million euros for Bellingham, a fee that would be possible for other interested clubs such as Real Madrid and Manchester United.
Liverpool, who are currently eighth in the Premier League and are in danger of missing out on Champions League football next season, think that the fee is too high for a single player and would rather spend their budget on two or even three new players. Jurgen Klopp wants to change his team thoroughly and spending a large transfer fee on a single player is not his preference.