Birmingham City sensation Jude Bellingham will have the luxury of choosing his next destination between Manchester United, Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund or Bayern Munich as all the clubs have met the player's valuation.
English tabloid the Mirror reports that the 16-year-old will leave his boyhood club this summer, with the above sides all agreeing on a fee of up to £30m for the starlet’s service.
The report states that the clubs have agreed to pay an initial fee of £15m to the Blues, with this rising to £30m if achievement-related add-ons are met.
It is understood that the Blues have now decided to cash in on the ace and that the club’s financial troubles can be eased with the England youth international’s sale.
Man United are believed to be the teenager's preferred destination and his parents were pictured leaving Manchester United’s Carrington complex earlier this week.
The versatile midfielder has made 32 appearances in the Championship this season, scoring four goals and registering three assists.
Bellingham has largely been deployed in central midfield this term, but the ace has also looked comfortable on the wings. The youngster’s versatility will be massively appealing to interested clubs.