JUDE BELLINGHAM has FOUR of Europe's top clubs to choose from, according to reports.
Manchester United and Chelsea are said to have hit Birmingham's £30million valuation for the 16-year-old whizkid as have Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.
The youngster will leave St Andrews at the end season and is currently deliberating over which of the interested quartet to choose, according to the Mirror.
Birmingham have reluctantly decided to cash in on the talented midfielder and the fee is said to be £15million rising to £30m with add-ons.
On Monday, Belligham was spotted leaving Man Utd's training ground with his parents.
Ed Woodward and Sir Alex Ferguson were on site as he was given a guided tour of Carrington ahead of a potential summer move.
Bellingham has already become the Blues' youngest ever scorer and first-team appearance maker – breaking a 49-year-old record set by Trevor Francis.
The United talk intensified after Belligham's dad Mark was seen behind the wheel of a Mercedes 4X4 with Jude in the back seat driving away from the Red Devils' training complex.
Executive vice-chairman Woodward and transfer guru Matt Judge followed them out about an hour later.
Bellingham turns 17 in June and he cannot officially put pen to paper on a professional contract until then.
Signing for United would be a life-changing deal for the teenager, who currently earns £145-a-week.
SunSport told you how he can expect to bag around £100,000 a week by signing with a top Premier League club.
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