‘Think Big, Dream Big’: Revealed Real Madrid star Bellingham’s touching dream at school days making fans bow off for how far he could go from then to now

Jude Bellingham, a great player for Real Madrid, used to dream of playing for a different team when he was younger.

The defender is thought to be one of the best players in the world right now. In his first season with Real, he won both the Champions League and La Liga.

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However, Bellingham’s primary school yearbook page from when he graduated has shown that the 20-year-old had once wanted to play for a different team.

Bellingham’s first professional team was Birmingham City. He then played for Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid.

He went to the Priory School in Edgbaston, Birmingham.

Jude Bellingham dreamed of playing for a rival club according to his primary school yearbook entry

In his first grade notebook, Jude Bellingham wrote that he wanted to play for a different team.Back when he was younger, Bellingham really wanted to play for Barcelona, a team that plays against Real Madrid.Someone from his old class put pictures of him on TikTok and wrote, “When I grow up, I want to play professional football for Barcelona and England.” This is what Bellingham wrote below the picture’s title.

Bellingham wanted to play for Real Madrid's rivals Barcelona when he was younger

When he was younger, Bellingham wanted to play for Barcelona, a team that plays against Real Madrid.

Bellingham's ultimate dream when he was younger was to have a football tour with David Beckham

When he was younger, Bellingham’s main dream was to go on a football tour with David Beckham.

The thing that made Bellingham laugh the most was Adam Sandler films, and his biggest dream was to tour football grounds with David Beckham.

Bellingham has already played 29 games for England. He will be a key member of the Three Lions at Euro 2024 and will want to make an impact that lasts.

After Real Madrid won the Champions League, Bellingham was given some time off. Because of this, he did not play in England’s warm-up games against Bosnia and Herzegovina and Iceland.

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