Jude Bellingham from Birmingham City is still in high demand as all top European clubs are on alert. Could Old Trafford be his preferred destination in the summer transfer window?
The 16-year-old Bellingham has already made 35 senior appearances for the current Birmingham City club and regularly plays under Pep Clotet this season. His twenty-five starts in England's second division have brought four goals and three assists, which is important given his age and the hectic pace of the championship.
Born in Stourbridge, the midfielder is incredibly versatile. He can play widely and centrally, which immediately makes him an asset to any team. He didn't find a position to call himself, but that's positive. He is trainable and has a lot of time to develop into a certain role, and United could be the perfect place for it.
According to press reports, Bellingham, who also arouses great interest at Borussia Dortmund, Training base this week with his parents. Perhaps it will be sooner rather than later for him to confirm plans to move to Manchester. So fans can see his talent at Old Trafford or even via the club’s mobile app.
While United may not be the force of the old days at the moment, they are a club that does a fantastic job of promoting talent. The arrival of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James in the summer in combination with Brandon Williams and Mason Greenwood in the first team is proof of the image that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to develop.
Bellingham, who won't be able to sign a pro contract until June 17, will have to make a big decision about his future. Given the interest in him, he's unlikely to stay in Birmingham City. And when he weighs up the available options, it shows that there is a desire to move on to bigger and better things sooner rather than later. So far, he has been sensible about what is refreshing to see.
What can and will United Bellingham offer? He'll be seventeen when he signs for his next club, and there will be some who believe that his immediate future is better borrowed if regular games are guaranteed. However, Solskjaer took up and he immediately became a regular on the first team at United, and Bellingham could do the same. It won't start every week, but it will have enough contact with the first team and the Premier League to support its development, rather than suppressing it in any way, shape or form.
United offers an excellent option for the young midfielder, but Dortmund will also have the feeling and the decision is difficult for Bellingham and his family. has joined the giants of the Bundesliga and has become stronger and stronger. As an association that develops talent, you are exactly right. In any case, we hope to see more of Bellingham next season as he has the potential to be a club and country superstar.
Bellingham Could Join United Revolution first appeared on FootTheBall.