Man Utd provide Jude Bellingham with player-level access at Carrington
According to a report by Evening Standard (h/t The Mirror), Birmingham City youngster Jude Bellingham was provided player-level access at Carrington.
The teenager has been in splendid form in the Championship this season and is certain to leave the club at the end of the season, reports The Mirror.
A first-team regular at the tender age of 16, Bellingham has scored 4 goals in 35 appearances across competitions for Birmingham so far.
The ongoing outbreak has affected the footballing community as well, forcing clubs to take strict precautionary and safety measures. As a result, visitors at Carrington have been limited (h/t The Mirror) and yet, United allowed the teenager and his family to visit the club’s inner sanctum.
The Mirror goes on to suggest that this proves how keen the Red Devils are to bag his signature once the summer transfer window commences.
It is normal for clubs to give tours of their facilities to youngsters but providing access to limited areas is a big step.
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