The England international, 19, has lit up the World Cup so far with sensational performances against Iran and Senegal.
He is being heavily linked with a move away from Borussia Dortmund in the summer.
But according to Sky Germany, he will NOT be completing a transfer to Old Trafford.
Earlier this season, Erik ten Hag’s men were thought to be in the race to sign the teenage prodigy.
However, they are now not believed to be in the running to acquire his signature come the end of the season.
Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester City are the three frontrunners to acquire Bellingham.
And Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has made the England midfielder his No1 summer target.
But Liverpool will have to pay up a huge fee if they are to secure his services.
Dortmund’s price tag for their superstar captain is now thought to be between £86-129million.
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Prior to the World Cup he had already been having a breathtaking season, with nine goals and three assists in 22 appearances.
And his supreme displays in Qatar have only increased his value ahead of the second half of the domestic campaign.
Bellingham, who joined Dortmund from Birmingham in 2020, will remain with the Bundesliga giants until the end of the season.
They are still in the Champions League and will face Chelsea in the last-16.
But Europe’s giants all expect him to depart come the summer – and Real Madrid and Man City are preparing to hijack Liverpool’s bid.