FANS are convinced Jude Bellingham's next club is set to be announced following a cryptic tweet from a former Premier League star.
Bellingham has long been the subject of transfer speculation, with many of European football's heavy hitters reported to be interested.
However, following reports which suggested Bellingham could now STAY at Borussia Dortmund, fans are once again speculating Bellingham's next club could be announced soon.
It comes after former Swindon, Middlesbrough and Barnsley ace Jan Age Fjørtoft hinted at some "significant news" set to come out of Germany.
He tweeted: "I understand that there will be significant news coming out of German football in the coming days."
And fans are convinced Fjørtoft is in fact referencing news regarding the future of Bellingham.
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One fan said: "We all know that it is confirmation of Jude Bellingham‘s transfer to Manchester City in the summer."
A second speculated: "Bellingham to Anfield", with a third adding: "Bellingham to Real Madrid, Here We Go."
A fourth hypothesised: "Bellingham to Arsenal, [Leroy] Sane back to City and [Sadio] Mane back to [Liver]pool💃🏾."
Although a fifth fan suggested: "Bellingham staying at Dortmund."
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However, other fans believe the news could even relate to recently appointed Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel.
One fan said: "Tuchel and Bayern part ways [with] mutual agreement 🤝🏽🙄."
A second wrote: "Tuchel to get sacked by Bayern and reappointed Chelsea manager? (…we can dream)."
Despite a less-than-ideal start for the ex-Chelsea manager, which has seen Bayern win just one of the five games he has been in charge, leaving the German champions just yet seems highly unlikely.
Tuchel's side are back in action in the Champions League this evening and are faced with the monumental task of trying to overcome a three-goal deficit against Pep Guardiola's Man City.
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