England’s greatest ‘genius’, Jude Bellingham, revealed his affection for his team, Real Madrid.
In an interview with British broadcaster Channel 4 on the 18th, Bellingham said, “Real Madrid paid a large transfer fee to sign me. You have to bring something, whether it’s a goal, an assist, or a performance that leads to a win. I want to spend another 10 to 15 years of my life at this club. “Coach Carlo Ancelotti basically thinks I should play in my current position,” he said, expressing his belief that he is happy enough at Real Madrid.
Bellingham left Germany’s Borussia Dortmund and moved to Spanish La Liga giant Real Madrid during last summer’s transfer window. Real Madrid acquired Bellingham for 103 million euros (about 147.2 billion won). It was income earned by competing with several big clubs in the English Premier League.
Although it has been about two months since the start of the new season, looking at the performance so far, the transfer fee paid by Real Madrid to Dortmund seems cheap. Bellingham scored 8 goals and 2 assists in 8 games in La Liga and 2 goals and 1 assist in 2 games in the UEFA Champions League. He is showing phenomenal offensive ability with 10 goals and 3 assists in the first 10 games. Even though he is not a striker, he has scored more goals than most goalscorers, filling the void left by Karim Benzema, which was a concern. This is a recruitment with 100% satisfaction.
The English soccer world is looking at Bellingham’s performance with disappointment. Joe Cole recently said to Bellingham, “I’d like to see him play in the Premier League,” but Bellingham laughed it off, saying, “I guess I’ll have to find someone else.” He drew a line by saying that he would not be leaving for the Premier League for the time being.
Bellingham is considered one of the most talented players England has ever had. He was born in 2003 and although he is only 20 years old, he has already grown into a world-class player. If he grows further in the future, he will definitely become a huge superstar.
It is expected that it will not be easy to see a player in the Premier League who can rise to the ranks of England’s all-time greats. Bellingham played for Birmingham City in the Championship, England’s second division, in the 2019-2020 season. He then moved to Germany where he spent three seasons. He is currently traveling around Spain. He himself has set a long time horizon of 10 to 15 years, and if all goes as planned, Bellingham may never be seen playing in the Premier League.안전놀이터