JUDE BELLINGHAM is the hottest teenage star in European football.
The Birmingham midfielder is being watched by all of the continent’s top clubs and has already made 35 appearances for his home-town club, an incredible number for a 16-year-old.
And now, his father Mark has been pictured leaving Manchester United’s training ground after talks with Ed Woodward.
Bellingham, currently earning £145-a-week on a scholar’s wage, looks certain to land a massive move in the summer.
He is a versatile player who this season, has played wide left, wide right, in central midfield and also up front for the Blues – and his playing style is most similar to Dele Alli.
Sunsport looks at Bellingham’s three most likely destinations.
The fact Bellingham’s father has staged talks with United proves they have a chance. The player does not have an official agent which is why his dad, a non-League legend and current police officer, is playing a major role.
United had an offer worth £30million turned down in January and are currently prepared to go to £35m plus £15m in adds-ons.
They will point to their proud history in bringing through young players. They have included an academy player in their matchday squad for over 4000 games, a stunning run going back to October 1937.
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