20-year-old Jude Bellingham is quickly shaping up to be the signing of the summer after he joined Real Madrid on a €103 million transfer from Borussia Dortmund.
Moved up to the No. 10 position by Carlo Ancelotti, Bellingham has lit up the scoresheet to begin life at Real Madrid, bagging at least one goal in each of his first four games for the club.
The frontrunner for the European Golden Boy award and now well established as one of the best midfielders in the world, the England international has enjoyed a blistering start to his Los Blancos career, already being hailed as a Galactico.
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Jude Bellingham's start to life at Real Madrid:
Three MOTM awards.
One iconic celebration.
A Galactico in the making ⭐️ pic.twitter.com/FIDobVBokD
Now off the mark at his new Spanish club, Jude Bellingham is into the La Liga books, ready to hit the ground running. Bellingham has scored at least one goal in each of his first four games to start the year, with his two-goal, one assist outing against Almeria standing as his best performance to date.
Bellingham kept his scoring streak alive with a dramatic winner in the 95th minute to give Real Madrid a 2-1 victory over Getafe on September 2, just before the international break. The young midfielder pounced on the rebound after Lucas Vazquez had a shot spilled in front of goal.
The goal was his first at the Bernabeu, after Real Madrid played its first three league fixtures of the season on the road. It's his second late winner of the year, after an 81stRead on sportingnews.com