Jude Bellingham becomes most Expensive 17year old
Jude Bellingham has completed a transfer to Borussia Dortmund, the transfer has made Jude the most Expensive teenager in world football.
The former Birmingham teenager had Manchester United also vying for his signature but the 17year old favoured a move abroad. The move seems the right one as there are more possibilities of him getting first team Football at Dortmund.
And also Dortmund has been known to groom young talents, Jadon Sancho is a case study of another young Englishman who has made the move abroad.
Dortmund's sporting director, Michael Zorc, confirmed Bellingham will be part of their first team, saying: "Jude Bellingham confidently chose BVB.
It is now left for the England Under-17 captain to show that he is ready for the step up to senior football.
At Dortmund Bellingham will wear the number 22 jersey, after he chose to not make the move to United at this stage of his career.
We wish him Goodluck.
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