The German side beat a host of other top European clubs to sign the 17-year-old from Birmingham city last summer for a transfer fee of £25million.
The Young English man is widely regarded as the next big thing in English Football.
He burst onto the scene at Birmingham City and became a first-team regular at the tender age of 16, before moving to the Bundesliga.
Dortmund made a huge investment by paying £25million for 16-years-old whom they feel is worth every penny. He's now evolving into a Player worth £100million like his teammates, Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho.
Bellingham has enjoy a sensational debut season with Dortmund, establishing himself as a first-team regular despite his age. In 39 appearances across all competitions, the Midfielder has scored 3 goals and provided 4 assists so far.
According to reports, Chelsea are thinking about bolstering their midfield and have consider the English Prodigy as a potential target.
It remains to see if Dortmund are willing to let the 17-year-old leave as they are staring at the prospect of losing Haaland and Sancho.
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