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Real Madrid will not break salary structure to accommodate €140 million target – report

A recent report from MARCA has offered an update on Real Madrid’s pursuit of Jude Bellingham. The reigning European champions have been labelled as the frontrunners in the race to sign the Borussia Dortmund starlet.

Although Real Madrid are prepared to spend a fortune to secure the services of Bellingham, who could cost €140 million in the coming summer, the report reveals that the club have a strict salary structure, in which not even a single player earns more than €12 million per season after taxes.

Bellingham is well aware of the club’s salary structure and that Real Madrid will not be tempted to make an exception for the Englishman.

The Merengues have indeed been adhering to this salary structure for over a while now. The club’s prudent financial model has played a key role in helping them avoid any altercations with the Financial Fair Play regulations.

Real Madrid, therefore, are aware of the fact that they cannot match the contract offers from other clubs such as Liverpool when it comes to Bellingham’s salary is concerned. As such, the club are hoping that the youngster will settle for a lower salary, in favour of a move to Santiago Bernabeu.

The likes of Endrick and Aurelien Tchouameni have settled for lower packages at Real Madrid in recent times. The Spanish champions are hoping Bellingham will follow suit. But if the player holds out for a higher salary, they could move on to other options.

However, as things stand, the Spanish giants are likely to prevail in the pursuit of Bellingham, as they are in a position to offer the youngster far better sporting perspectives, especially with Toni Kroos and Luka Modric nearing the end of their respective careers.

The midfielder is also said to be preferring a move to Spain over a return to England, which should put Real Madrid in a strong position to seal the deal.

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