Jude Bellingham

Jude Bellingham, born in 2003, is a strong English soccer player who currently plays as a midfielder for Real Madrid and the English national team. Bellingham became the youngest player in the club's history to make his debut in a league match, breaking the record set by Christian Pulisic in 2016. His incisive playing style, ability to read the game and fine technique earned him the attention of many top-level clubs. In 2021, Bellingham was called up to the England national team for the first time, becoming the third youngest player to make his international debut after Theo Walcott and Wayne Rooney. He is already considered one of the future talents of English football and appears to have a bright future ahead of him. In 2023 he moved from Borussia Dortmund to Real Madrid. 

Bellingham is a central midfielder with physical strength, speed and excellent individual technique. Already at a young age he proved himself to be a complete footballer, with excellent shooting characteristics, ball recovery and game approach which allowed him to be used in all midfield roles, finding his ideal position in the role of midfielder. He declared that he was inspired by Zinédine Zidane. In October 2023, he was included in the list of 25 finalists of the European Golden Boy award, awarded by the newspaper Tuttosport to the best Under-21 player playing in a European championship.