Jude Bellingham: 20 and Living the Dream, Madrid Star Opens Up About Playing for Club and Country

Jude Bellingham: 20 and Living the Dream, Madrid Star Opens Up About Playing for Club and Country

Byron Pillay
March 28, 2024 at 11:15 AM
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  • Jude Bellingham can't believe that he's a global footballing superstar at the age of 20
  • Bellingham is eyeing winning trophies at both Real Madrid and the England national team
  • The Englishman is one of the world's most valuable football players since joining Madrid

What were you doing when you were 20 years old?

For England’s Jude Bellingham, he’s currently living the dream.

The youngster is one of the most valuable players in world football and has seen his star rise since joining Real Madrid.

Jude Bellingham is loving life playing for Real Madrid and England at just 20.
Jude Belling admitted that his life is like a dream at the moment as he represents both Real Madrid and England. Image: Stu Forster.
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As noted by EuroSport, Madrid secured the Englishman’s services from Borussia Dortmund for €103 million in June 2023.

Since then, Bellingham has already scored 20 goals and notched up nine assists in just 31 games for the Spanish side in all competitions.

Speaking about his career after the last round of international friendlies, he was asked whether it all felt like a dream, Madrid Universal reported.

“Yeah, I do feel like that sometimes. I wake up, and I have to pinch myself when I’m playing for England at Wembley or playing for Real Madrid at the Bernabéu,” he said.

The attacking midfielder was also asked about what he would like to achieve in his career, and how he would measure whether he was successful, to which he replied that he wanted to win trophies.

What trophies Bellingham can win next?

The Golden Boy winner has a chance to pick up three major trophies in the coming months, thanks to his exploits for Madrid and England.

Bellingham will be a crucial player for the English side as they compete in the upcoming European Championships and will be looking to help guide Los Blancos to another UEFA Champions League title.

Bellingham will also play a big part as Madrid look to win the La Liga title. Madrid are eight points clear of Barcelona with nine games to go.

Bellingham gives mascot his jacket

Sports Brief recently reported how Bellingham won the hearts of more fans for his recent actions.

The English midfielder was spotted giving his jacket to a mascot in a wheelchair before an England game.

With the rain pouring down at Wembley, Bellingham ensured that the youngster was kept warm.

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Byron Pillay is a sports writer and Head of the Department at Sports Brief (joined in 2022) with over 10 years of experience in community journalism and a degree in journalism from Caxton's Cadet School.