Borussia Dortmund prodigy Jude Bellingham talked about his time at Dortmund and his future recently. He expressed his love for his club and the beautiful game as a whole in a podcast.
Bellingham has excelled for the Bundesliga team since his £25 million move to Germany from Birmingham City in 2020. He is a midfielder by trade, and one of the most exciting young players in European football. Before completing his transfer to Dortmund, the England international made 41 appearances for the first team.
While speaking to the BVB Podcast, Bellingham revealed that he was awestruck seeing the famed “yellow wall” after the season’s final game.
My friend Toby was on the pitch, with Schmeller [Marcel Schmelzer] and [Michael] Zorc and we were kind of looking at it like: that kind of reaction to what you’ve achieved, is priceless.
The future of someone as gifted as Bellingham is always under speculation. The former Birmingham man has been courted by both English titans Manchester City and Liverpool. However, he will be staying at Dortmund for the time being.
Further Comments By Bellingham
He gave an insight into his beliefs on the beautiful game. Bellingham feels that it gives a medium for people to connect over and make memories. According to him, this is the best part of the game.
You can have all the money you want from playing football and you can buy whatever you want, but being appreciated like that for creating so many memories for so many people and winning the league, however many cups and winning the Champions League.
That lives longer than any car you could buy or any house you could buy. That’s the thing that motivates me to create memories in football that I will remember forever and other people will remember forever.
Once in a while, it is always great to see someone attached to the human side of football, and not the monetary one. Jude Bellingham has an attitude like that, which is unique in modern football. With this dedication and mindset, he will go to the very top.
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