Jude Bellingham takes a page out of Jack Grealish’s playbook

Jude Bellingham

Jude Bellingham has been one of the most talked about players in the football world of late. He has played exceptionally well for his club Borrusia Dortmund this season. Moreover, he had an extraordinary campaign with his national side England in the World cup of 2022. There are a lot of speculations regarding his transfer in the summer from Dortmund to another big club. He has been linked with big names like Real Madrid, Manchester United, and Liverpool. But, there was something unusual that Jack Grealish one of the teammates of Jude Bellingham on the England national side tried to pull off. A few months back “Grealish hilariously tried to entice Bellingham to join Manchester City”. He responded to Bellingham’s comment in Manuel Akanji’s Instagram post by writing,

“Come to City xx.”

Jude Bellingham responds to the joke

Jack Grealish on Sunday took to Instagram to celebrate England’s victories in their back-to-back Euro 2024 qualifiers against Italy and Ukraine. He wrote,

“Perfect week away with the boys. What a group of lads,” 

Bellingham used his humor to return the favor to Grealish by sending a message in the comments. The young midfielder commented,

“Come to Dortmund x.”

It is clearly a joke which is being played amongst the two sensational players from England. So, this is not something that the fans need to take seriously. Jude Bellingham is currently the hot topic in Football who has been compared to the Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard and has received a lot of praise from many big-name pundits from Sky Sports.

Lastly, it will be thrilling to see how things unfold in the coming transfer window. Bellingham, who is under contract with Dortmund until 2025 will be looking for a big move to an extraordinary so that he can make a name for himself and win some precious trophies. However, it will not be easy to get that move as Dortmund who are adamant about keeping the player in their team for a few more seasons will ask for a hefty fee around the region of £110m from the interested clubs.

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