Jude Bellingham Scout Report
Latest News on Jude Bellingham 4/3/20
Seem like Chelsea has informed Jude Bellingham about possible transfers even as Manchester City is literally standing at the door waiting.
Frank Lampard is well known to have still not signed in any major players since becoming the manager of the popular ‘Blues’ Club.
A quoted statement from one of the former defenders of the Chelsea football club states: ‘He has to think about playing games, getting better and improving as a player which I think will be very difficult for him in Chelsea’. – Source: The mirror.
Sinclair basically implied that he is a bit sceptical about the comparative number of games Bellingham could start in if playing for other teams as against playing at the home of the Blues, ‘Stamford Bridge’.
Manchester United and their interest in the Wonder Kid Jude Bellingham 03/13/20:
Jude Bellingham’s Club Coach has finally decided to talk about Jude Bellingham and the Awesome Kid Footballer’s trip Home of the Red Devils.
The 17-year-old Strong Midfielder is being scouted by a wide range of Big and Small Football clubs located in and out of England With Manchester United leading the pack and looking for every chance to get him on their team.
The player was spotted leaving Manchester United’s facilities complex in Carrington, later followed by two top Club Executives and The club Mamager Ferguson,was also present as the fantastic young and talented Midfielder was coaxed to go in and view the club’s training facilities.
About Jude ‘The Wonder kid’ Bellingham:
If you haven’t heard about the Jude Bellingham, then this should help update you on his information. From his date of birth to his career statistics and even his personal life, Jude Bellingham is a name that most football enthusiasts believe will come to remain in the hearts of fans as his idol, Lionel Messi. Emulating the great player’s style, Bellingham has already begun carving a niche for himself with and outside England and has broken a few records including that of the ‘Youngest player ever signed to Birmingham City Football Club’. A title that remained Solid for over 30 years before he came on. A quick look at some relevant information to get you started before we return to the current news on the young Star.
What is his full name?
Jude Victor William Bellingham
Where was Jude Bellingham Born:
He was born in the City of Stourbridge, West Midlands, Jude Victor William Bellingham is the oldest son a uniformed Sergeant in the West Midlands Police Force, also a footballer and goal scorer, Mark Bellingham. Jude Bellingham also has a younger brother is who a member of the Birmingham City Football Academy.
Summarized Football History:
He has been part of the England football team representing them in different categories from an early age. He competed with the team in the Under 15, Under 16 from the year 2018 to 2019 and Under 17 in the year 2019 levels. Known as the youngest member of the first team, he was signed to Birmingham City Club at the age of 16 in the same year 2019.
A break down of His Football Career:
Bellingham joined Birmingham City as a U-8 trainee at the Birmingham City Football Academy just as his younger brother is said to be doing presently.
Bellingham was a member of their U-18 team by the tender age of 14 and was showcased for the Club’s U-23 team at the age of 15, during the match that was played on 15 October 2018 against Nottingham Forest’s Under 23 team. Bellingham was switched into the game about sixty minutes after the start whistle and then went on to score the only goal of the Match. In the month of March the next year, he had recorded a total of three goals from about 10 development team matches, had featured in 4-4-2’s list of the “50 most exciting teenagers in English football”, and was being mentioned as a player of interest to major English and European clubs, in a bunch of scout news and sports magazines.
He was slowly acquainted with the first-team setting even though he was still in college and often drilled with former squad partners, escorting them on Playdays to see and discover more. Later transiting to the position of the “19th man” for the call to West Bromwich Albion during the Championship Games in the same month of March 2019.
Jude Bellingham commenced a 2-year Football scholarship with Birmingham City Football Club in July of the same year. He was included in the first-team team that stayed a week in Portugal as part of their pre-season activity, playing and scoring goals in pre-season friendlies, and was eventually given the team number “22” as a team partner for the 2019–20 season.
On 6 August 2019, He became Birmingham City Football Club’s ‘Youngest Recruited Player’ – at the record age of 16 years, 38 days, whacking the existing ‘youngest record’ of 16 years 139 days set by the former Youngest Player Trevor Francis in 1970. He was in the game for Eighty minutes in the 3–0 defeat, and was Birmingham ‘Main man of the match’. He appeared in his first League tournament less than 20 days later, going in to substitute and best Swansea (Away match), and his home game introduction against Stoke City. Going in to replace the injured Jefferson Montero, Bellingham went in and scored the Games qualifying goal – One generated due to a fascinating situation, some say – as Birmingham drove through a 1–0 down to win against Stoke 2–1. This earned Jude his title as Birmingham’s Youngest ever goalscorer, at the age of 16 years and 63 days. He joined the start line in the next match, played against Charlton Athletic scoring the Only goal of the match too.
Bellingham proceeded as a solid figure in the team, sometimes as a substitute but primarily in the opening eleven. He was slowly checked in via the left-wing, shifted into central midfield to help him attain more verification, and then utilised more freely once it was certain he could assume the obligation. He was EFL Young Player of the Month for November 2019. The head coach Pep Clotet stated, He “feels more comfortable in midfield, and more comfortable when he can get closer to the opposition box”.
He was associated with Club moves in January 2020, Birmingham City Football Club is allegedly broadcasted to have declined a £20 million bid from The Red Devils Team for Bellingham.
Bellingham was exemplified with a Special Achievement Award at the 2018 Birmingham City Academy awards night in recognition of his awesome accomplishments as the Captain of England U-15 team for the 2017/18 season. By the end of 2018, he had made his appearance for the England U-16 team, featured in 7 games with four goals under his belt, and as the captain of the squad.
He was incorporated in England’s U-17 team for the Syrenka Cup, a friendly tournament held in preparation for the 2020 European Championship qualifying matches for 2020. He first appeared as a player substitute in England’s first game against Finland. Finland lost the game and Jude Bellingham scored the third goal for the squad’s 5-0 win. Bellingham now team captain in their second fixture, took the squad through subsequent wins and got them to qualify by winning the match against Austria. Bellingham scored the third goal here. He stayed as captain for the final match, where England beat host Country Poland on penalties since the game ended on penalties.
Height: 1.83m or 6ft
Age: Seventeen (17) Years.
Total Number of Matches Played or Appearances: Thirty-Five (35) Matches or Appearances.
Total number of Goals Scored: Four (4)
Individual Awards awarded to Jude Bellingham:
Jude Bellingham is the recipient ‘Goal of the Season’ during the Birmingham City Under 15/16 Season in the year 2018.
He received the Birmingham City Special Achievement Award Also in the year 2018.
He was awarded the Syrenka Cup Player of the Tournament in the year 2019.
Bellingham also received the award for EFL Young Player Of The Month in the month of November 2019.
Weight: 66Kg, but as he’s developing this should increase
Nationality: English (Uncapped)
Market Value: £25 – £35Million as of February 2020.
It is alleged that different top teams from within and outside England are seeking to buy the young player’s services. Manchester United under the Leadership of Sir Alex Ferguson is said to have invited him for a look through their training complex and it is rumoured that the Red Devils are willing to buy the player for a huge sum. The German team Borussia Dortmund is said to be hot on the trail of the Manchester City Football Club reportedly ready to offer as much as the rival team. Other clubs said to be interested in signing the young player are Chelsea and Bayern Munich. It is also alleged that Birmingham has set the Player’s asking price to start at £15million. For a player that presently earns £145 per week and was not allowed to sign to any club until he turned 17, This is a fantastic amount as many players even older cannot boast of having such a loan price at his age.
Andrea Pereira: Good enough for Man Utd?
The Story of the 2019/20 season has been centred on the fact that Jesse Lingard hasn’t been performing well enough to warrant his place in the Man Utd squad.
This has been further cemented with the fact that Bruno Fernandes arrived in January, showing exactly how to operate when sat behind the striker. The Fans want Lingard out & even Ole Gunnar has apparantly advised Jesse Lingard that he will be moving on.
Andreas Pereira has been on the receiving end of criticism himself, with many fans targeting him on twitter advising him to leave the club.
It doesn’t look great for Pereira, as when he has played he hasn’t really impressed. With Fernandes becoming a fan favorite, McTominay showing the passion for the badge and the fact that Fred is starting to earn his spot also.
I’ve not even started on Paul Pogba! As you can see although Man Utd don’t have huge depth, you’re not guaranteed a starting place.
We aren’t 100% sure currently when the Football will begin again, after being delayed due to the Corona Virus pandemic. However, I will be shocked to see Andreas Pereira at Man Utd when the next season begins.
In the January transfer window, Man Utd have shown their desire to win again, with the signing of Bruno Fernandes. Whilst it’s quite shocking they never got him the summer before, they finally sealed the deal.
Was this due to the fact they were slipping out of the Top 4 race? All we know, is that Bruno Fernandes has revitalised the squad. He is so good!
There’s one thing for sure, I can’t wait to see how Fernandes and Pogba fit in the same midfield. Whilst there are rumours of a Pogba return to Juventus, it would be ashame for him not to get a run of games beforehand! I can only think that having a midfield with that quality would be heaven for a striker…. assists galore.
Do you think Andreas Periera will stay at Manchester United?
Daniel James: Man Utd’s First Summer 2019 Signing
Manchester United have unveiled their first Summer signing, young winger Daniel James. After a poor 2018/19 Premier League campaign, conceding the most goals they have conceded in a long time, the world was expecting United to sign defenders, but they’ve started with more attackers.
Today we bring you the Daniel James Scout Report, which will identify previous stats, his playing style & how he fits in at Old Trafford.
Daniel James Scout Report
Daniel James made his professional debut for Swansea in February 2018, making 33 appearances in total and scoring 4 goals. He has also made 4 appearances for Wales, scoring on one occasion.
Life at Swansea
Daniel James signed for Swansea from Hull City, after scouts alerted them that he was showing fantastic glimpses of future potential. They snapped him up for £72,000 from Hull. After signing, he was sent to the Swansea development squad where they won the PDL L2 division & Premier League Cup.
In 2017, he was loaned out to Shrewsbury Town, in league one. This loan deal lasted just 2 months, when the player and club decided to terminate the contract. Daniel had failed to break into the first eleven, in fact he was only ever an unused substitute on one occasion.
First Team Involvement
Fast forward 6 months, Daniel James has now made his first team debut for Swansea, coming on as a substitute and bagging a goal in the Fa Cup. His Premier League debut arrived another 6 months later, in a bore draw against Birmingham City. He then became one of the best performers in the Swansea side, impressing on a weekly basis.
There was some controversy at the end of the January 2019 transfer window. Leeds United made a £10 million bid for the winger & Daniel advised the Swansea officials that he would like to leave the club. The bid was accepted and the medicals were completed, he also took part in the photoshoots & completed an announcement interview, ready to upload on the clubs website & social media.
However, there was disagreement between the clubs heirarchy, with Swansea upset about the structure of the £10 million deal. Leeds were waiting for Swansea to sign the deal off as completed, but they never did. This hurt Leeds manager Marcelo Biesla, who stated in an interview;
I don’t blame the club for missing out on James, but I’m not underlying the importance of the absence of James
On the 6th of June, Daniel James completed his medical and joined Manchester United, for a fee of £15 million. This was confirmed to be a 5 year deal, with an optional 1 year add-on also included. It’s unofficial yet whether Daniel will be utilised in the first team, reserve team, or even loaned out to progress further.
How will Daniel James fit in at Old Trafford?
Daniel James is a player which possesses fantastic pace, but he’s another Left Winger. This position is fully congested inside the club, with Rashford, Martial & Alexis Sanchez all competing for the same spot. It would be surprising to see James leapfrog the above names, as those stars would not take too fondly to sitting on the bench, for a long period.
He could be tested on the Right Wing, but he has only played once in this position for Swansea & didn’t really impress. I expect Daniel James to either go on loan, or play in the reserves and occasionally sit on the bench, ready to use his pace and dribbling skills late on in games, when the defence are tired & lacking concentration.
Was it a good signing?
Daniel James has the potential to be a good player, but the left winger wasn’t a problem area for United to begin with. Defensive signings are required, but there doesn’t seem to be much traction in regards to any action in that department. The Red Devils are playing hard-ball in a deal for Wan-Bissaka, which has the potential to take the whole transfer window. They need to get this deal over the line ASAP, before hunting for an elite centre back.
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