First details of Jude Bellingham's monstrous Real Madrid contract revealed
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The first details of Jude Bellingham's proposed Real Madrid contract have been revealed, according to reports in Spain.
The La Liga giants are close to completing a deal for Bellingham, with negotiations progressing to the final stages.
And it appears Real will tie the 19-year-old down to a long-term contract, with Cadena SER claiming he will be handed a six-year deal until 2029.
His contract will also include a €1 billion release clause and his salary will only be behind Eden Hazard as Bellingham will go into the club's second tier of earners.
Hazard, who was snapped up from Chelsea in 2019, is understood to be earning a massive £384,000-per-week.
Bellingham is viewed as Real's long-term successor to Luka Modric, who is out of contract in the summer.
The 37-year-old has been at the club since 2012, with the Croatian being instrumental during his time in Spain.
If Real successfully lure Bellingham to the Spanish capital, then it'll bolster their midfield options as they currently boast the likes of Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni.
Bellingham has starred for Borussia Dortmund since moving from Birmingham City. He's produced heroics in the Bundesliga and the Champions League, enhancing his stellar reputation.
He's also become an England regular as he starred for the Three Lions at the 2022 World Cup.