Gundogan is out of contract at the end of the campaign and has been linked with Barcelona, while Bernardo Silva has already hinted at the possibility of leaving the Etihad Stadium at the end of the season.
Bellingham has been mooted as a possible target for City. He is one of the most in-demand players in world football, with European giants like Liverpool City and Real Madrid all interested in signing him.
As he prepares to enter the final two years of his current contract, Dortmund are seemingly braced for the potential departure of the midfielder this summer, with Florian Plettenberg of Sky German saying that there is “no chance” that the German club can keep hold of Bellingham currently.
However, Borussia Dortmund are not expected to make things easier for Manchester City to sign their top target this coming summer.
The journalist further reports that the Bundesliga side want between €100 and €150 million for the 19 year-old this summer.
“He has a contract without a release clause, so the price tag is very high. Dortmund want to have between €100m-€150m for him in the summer,” said Plettenberg.
The report was shared on Twitter by City Xtra and it attracted plenty of attention from the club’s supporters.
“150M for another overhyped English player, then they fall short in other positions where we need strengthening.”
“What is he really good at??? We can’t waste another 100 again… We need a pacey winger with intelligence that is all.”
“100 million is a fair price.”
“100mil is too much plus the guy ain’t even better than Musiala …let’s go for other players who are cheaper.”
“Use the money to buy wingers and fullback, he ain’t even that good.”
“Go for Jamal Musiala please if we lose Bernardo..”
“I prefer Musiala imo.”
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