Already with his only 18 years, Jude Bellingham is one of the most soughtest players in Europe. Earlier or later he will leave Borussia Dortmund and ware the step into a larger club. If it goes to England’s national coach Gareth Southgate, but the BVB jewel should be time.
Real Madrid has already clocked the clubs from the English Premier League also forging plans: until Jude Bellingham leaves the BVB and follows the lock of a larger club, it is only a matter of time. Maybe even a few months ago, because so right from the table is not a Bellingham transfer in the coming summer yet.
At least that’s how the rumors suggest the youngster, which appear almost daily in the media in England, Spain, Italy and Germany.
England’s national coach Gareth Southgate would not welcome a change of the only 18-year-old at the present time yet. Especially the step into the Premier League would be too early for Bellingham in the eyes of the ex-professionals.
“The Bundesliga is without a question a brilliant league for young players to develop. But of course, the standard in the Premier League is undoubtedly higher. I think that’s in the European competitions,” Southgate said on Monday on a press conference, When he was addressed to a possible BVB departure of Bellingham.
Pressure in England bigger than the BVB
“Our top teams will be there every year in the Champions League to the end. The financial strength Our league blows every other out of the race, so our teams will be the main actors in these competitions every year,” explained the English National Trainer Not only on the larger physical stress, but also to the greater pressure.
Still, Bellingham is not ready for that, says his national coach: “We talked to him about his game this week. There are still things that applies to every player where he still needs to work.”
In general, however, the BVB star is a professional who is very receptive pointing and easy to train, swarmed Southgate: “And he wants to learn and is highly motivated.”