Jude Bellingham reveals why he wants to model himself on PSG's Ousmane Dembele to improve key part of his game | The Sun
JUDE BELLINGHAM admits he wants to model himself on Paris Saint-Germain star Ousmane Dembele.
The Real Madrid and England midfielder is already considered to be a world-class player despite only being 20 years old.
Bellingham, who has 26 caps for his country, joined Real from Borussia Dortmund for £115million over the summer.
And his Bernabeu career has got off to a flying start, with the Birmingham legend netting eight goals in just nine games.
However, Bellingham believes there is one key aspect of his game he wants to improve.
The playmaker is primarily right-footed.
READ MORE IN FOOTBALL
Kane's first Bundesliga hat-trick DOESN'T COUNT due to German rule
Get £40 in free Bet Builder bets when you stake £10 on football with Paddy Power
But he would love to be equally as good with his left, just like France and PSG winger Dembele.
The ex-Barcelona ace is famed for his ability to use both feet with ease, and has even taken corners with each one.
Bellingham admits it’s his dream to have been naturally both-footed.
And he hopes to improve that side of his game throughout his career.
Most read in Football
Fulham clash stopped after horror injury for Sheff Utd star Chris Basham
Rashford faces Man Utd axe amid poor form as Ten Hag admits he’s ‘struggling’
IN THE DOCK
Ex-football star could face 15 years in jail for alleged sex attack on ex-wife
THE GALL OF IT
Man Utd apologise for ‘unacceptable’ situation after defeat to Galatasaray
FREE BETS – BEST BETTING OFFERS AND BONUSES NEW CUSTOMERS
The ace said: “If I could improve one part of my game today, it would be that I would love to be naturally both-footed.
“I really like seeing players like Ousmane Dembele and other players who can take corners from both sides and things like that.”
However, Bellingham would also like to be gifted with more speed — just like England pal and Man City Treble winner Kyle Walker.
Bellingham added: “If I could take one part of an England teammate’s game, it would be Kyle Walker’s speed.
“I think the game would be a lot easier and a lot more fun if you were that quick, being able to drive past people like that.”
Source: Read Full Article