Jude Bellingham reveals future Golden Boy contenders
Jude Bellingham, the reigning 2023 Golden Boy awardee, offered his thoughts on the prospective future participants of the coveted award during a period of reflection and anticipation at the Golden Boy honour ceremony.
Bellingham, who recently moved from Borussia Dortmund to Real Madrid, has not only earned his place among football’s rising stars, but he also shows a strong eye for talent.
The English midfielder named three young players he believes have the potential to follow in his footsteps and win the Golden Boy award in the coming years.
He told Tuttosport: “I will say three names. First of all, Arda Güler, is a phenomenon, we see him training and we are delighted with him.
“Then my former teammate Jamie Bynoe-Gittens, from Borussia Dortmund. And finally, my brother Jobe.”
On winning the award, Bellingham said: “I want to thank my Real Madrid teammates and the entire squad, Mr. Ancelotti, the president, my family, my mother Denise, my father Mark, my younger brother Jobe, the friends who have bombarded me and pleasantly flooded me, with messages of congratulations and who continue to do so.
While the football world anticipated Bellingham’s decision, the excitement peaked at the ceremony where the 19-year-old maestro revealed his selections.
Bellingham’s selections, veiled in excitement and curiosity, reflect the sport’s dynamic and ever-changing nature. As football fans await the reveal of the chosen three, Bellingham’s support adds another dimension of intrigue to the Golden Boy tradition.
With one of the game’s finest talents, Jude Bellingham, in mind, the football fraternity excitedly expects the growth of these future stars who have won the notice and admiration of one of the game’s brightest talents.
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