Liverpool target Jude Bellingham has been named to Who Scored’s World Cup U-23 Best XI
For months, the England international has been linked with a move to Anfield.
Recently, the Mirror reported that his father preferred a move to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool over Real Madrid or Manchester City.
Gianluca Di Marzio even informed Soccer News that the 19-year-old believes Liverpool to be his “dream destination,” which is good news for Kop fans.
At the World Cup, Bellingham demonstrated why the excitement surrounding his name is constant.
The unstoppable ball-carrying skills, defensive toughness, and athleticism of the £130 million-rated wonderkid (Mail) stood out as he seemed unfazed in Qatar.
After England’s elimination from the competition, it’s easy to state that the Englishman was his country’s best player.
The Borussia Dortmund talisman has no qualms about taking games by the scruff of the neck, scoring the game-winning goal against Iran and providing a precise assist for Jordan Henderson in the Round of 16 against Senegal.
JUDE BELLINGHAM HAS BEEN HONORED FOR HIS WORLD CUP HEROIC PERFORMANCES.
Following his outstanding performances for England, WhoScored has nominated Jude Bellingham to their World Cup U-23 Best XI.
The kid has been named with some of Europe’s best young players, including Ibrahima Konate, Jamal Musiala, Vinicius Jr., and Bukayo Saka.
IF THEY SIGN BELLINGHAM, THE REDS COULD CREATE AN EXCITING YOUNG CORE.
Consider the possibility of Liverpool having talents like Ibrahima Konate and Jude Bellingham at their disposal in the aforementioned XI.
With Fabio Carvalho (20), Harvey Elliott (19), and Trent Alexander-Arnold (24) still in their primes, the Reds may be a frightening squad for the next decade.
Other top clubs in Europe will be hoping Jude Bellingham does not want to transfer to Merseyside.