After weeks of uncertainty around Marcus Rashford’s future with the club, the Red Devils are now setting their sights on bringing Jude Bellingham back to the Premier League, reportedly reworking their offer in an effort to lure the English midfielder away from Real Madrid. Erik Ten Hag said he has Big plans for Manchester United next Season and he’s making it happen…he plans to use a special Transfer Technique to lure the Real Madrid to sign the contract

Manchester United might be contemplating a missed chance as Jude Bellingham prepares to shine for Real Madrid in the eagerly awaited Champions League final.

This Saturday night at Wembley, Bellingham will take on Borussia Dortmund, the club that honed his considerable skills after he left Birmingham City. He is set to be the star of this electrifying match. Should he triumph over his former team, the young English talent will not only hoist the most prestigious trophy in European club football but also strengthen his case for the Ballon d’Or.

Since his move to Real Madrid and winning the La Liga title, Bellingham has made significant strides from his beginnings at Birmingham City’s St Andrew’s, where he debuted at just sixteen. His choice to reject a high-profile transfer to Manchester United in 2020, despite a persuasive pitch that reportedly annoyed the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson, has proven wise.

Bellingham’s outstanding abilities were apparent early during his time at Birmingham City, attracting considerable attention from major European clubs. Manchester United was a leading contender in the pursuit of his signature. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made significant efforts to convince Bellingham, even enlisting the aid of several club icons.

As reported by The Athletic, Solskjaer arranged a meeting with Sir Alex Ferguson and Bellingham’s family at Carrington. However, the meeting took an unexpected turn when football director John Murtough interrupted to give Bellingham a tour of the training facilities, which reportedly left Ferguson irate.

Reflecting on that crucial meeting, Solskjaer told Stick to Football: “Jude was in the building, and present were myself, Sir Alex Ferguson, Bryan Robson, and Eric Cantona. We did everything we could to sell the club to him and had a meaningful discussion. But Jude knew exactly what he wanted, even at such a young age. He was just seventeen but was the most mature seventeen-year-old I have ever seen, with a clear vision for his future.”

Despite Manchester United’s efforts, Bellingham chose a different path that has seen him thrive at Real Madrid. As he prepares for one of the most significant matches of his career at Wembley, Manchester United can only wonder what could have been. Meanwhile, Bellingham is on the verge of European glory, ready to solidify his status as one of football’s brightest stars.

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