Liverpool have ideal opportunity to begin next transfer hunt as England face Hungary

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    The Reds were reportedly one of the clubs who Bellingham turned down to sign for Dortmund from Blues in 2020.

    Bellingham only signed a new contract at Signal Iduna Park in June, with Dortmund looking to tie down one of their rising stars.

    That means he now has four years remaining on his deal, though the Bundesliga side’s business model relies upon sanctioning sales for large fees.

    Bellingham will certainly command a huge price having established himself in BVB’s side, with Liverpool hopeful of getting another glimpse of a possible target in action later today.



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