Championship side Birmingham City has set out demands to clubs interested in the services of midfielder Jude Bellingham.
Bellingham has strongly been linked with a mover to Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund but reports from ESPN indicates that while the club is willing to let one of their most prized asset leave, they will only do so for more guaranteed cash.
Bellingham to have been promised a first-team action by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer rather than being demoted to the club’s junior side which he is eligible for.
The English giants are hoping that they can get the player and avoid the situation that happened with striker Erling Haaland who snubbed them for Dortmund in January.
Bellingham is one of the players that has strongly been linked with a move to United with the others being Jack Grealish and Jadon Sancho.
Despite being just 16, Bellingham has established himself as a key player for the Blues and has made 35 appearances this season, scoring four goals.
The player was invited for a tour of Carrington in March and it is said that the meeting was attended by former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson in a bid to persuade him.