Manchester United are said to have tabled a bid of
The 16-year-old is seen as one of the hottest properties in European football and United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to snap him up.
In spite of his age, Bellingham has been deployed at the heart of Birmingham's midfield in the Championship this season and has starred in a struggling team.
His debut in August came away at Portsmouth in the Carabao Cup and made him the Blues' youngest ever first-team player as he eclipsed the record set by club legend Trevor Francis.
Since then he hasn't looked back and Bellingham was soon making his league bow at Swansea. Then, in his first home game for the club, the boyhood fan scored the winner as his side came from a goal behind to beat Stoke 2-1.
Bellingham's performances in a Blues shirt have not gone unnoticed and he was rewarded in November by receiving the Championship Player of the Month award.
Achievements such as that have attracted the attention of the likes of Premier League giants United and prompted the Red Devils to make such an attractive offer.
Although the price tag would be tempting for the midfielder, Bellingham himself is a Bluenose and has a strong attachment to the club he joined as an Under-8.
The Mirror then hark back to the aforementioned earlier report that confirmed the midfielder was in no rush to leave the Midlands and his dad Mark has so far steered his son clear of any approaches made by potential suitors.
It remains to be seen whether Birmingham can afford to turn down such a transfer fee but the player himself appears happy to remain with the club and all at St Andrew's will be praying he stays until at least the summer.