SHOCKING NEWS: live report coming from Italian renowned sport journalist Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea are said to be interested in the battle to sign Jude Bellingham’s younger brother Jobe, according to a reliable source. Since the Todd Boehly takeover, the Blues have made a habit of snapping up the world’s biggest and brightest talents and Bellingham falls into that category of player. It is asserted that the London giants have been scouting the 18-year-old for two years.

According to a report, Chelsea has joined Real Madrid in the competition to sign Jobe, the younger brother of Jude Bellingham.


After moving from his childhood team, Birmingham City, to Sunderland in the summer, the 18-year-old midfielder has made an impression. Jobe Bellingham, who is still quite young, has already scored four goals in the Championship and established himself as a mainstay for the Black Cats, who are currently just outside the play-off spots.

The biggest names in Europe have taken notice of Bellingham because of his reputation and performances. Many elite clubs are keen to sign what is essentially the ‘next Bellingham’ in the hopes that he can emulate Jude, given his older brother’s incredible success since moving to Real Madrid for €103 million.

Real Madrid has been monitoring the young player for a while, and since they already have his brother signed, they naturally have an advantage over the opposition. But Jude’s former team, Borussia Dortmund, has also been mentioned, along with a number of other elite teams in the Premier League.

Chelsea joins the battle
It has been reported that teams like Tottenham, Liverpool, and Manchester United are interested in signing Jobe. The latter two teams have also reportedly made unsuccessful attempts to sign his brother in the past. TEAMtalk claims that Chelsea has also joined the fight.

Bellingham is one of the players that the Blues have a history of acquiring from the world’s best players, a practice that dates back to the Todd Boehly takeover. The 18-year-old has reportedly been scouted by the London giants for the past two years.

According to the report, Chelsea had intended to sign both Bellingham brothers before Jude joined Real Madrid. However, a double deal was deemed unfeasible due to Chelsea’s need to offload players in the summer.

Given that they recently hired Michael Beale to lead them back into the playoffs, Sunderland naturally has no intention of letting one of their star players leave mid-season. Jobe Bellingham signed a four-year contract in the summer.

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