Jude Bellingham discussing his main motivation in football has gone viral he’s so mature for his age

A video of Jude Bellingham discussing his main motivations in football has gone viral, with the England star being praised for his mature response.

Bellingham only recently turned 19 and has already achieved so much in the game. He was Birmingham City’s youngest ever player at 16 and his shirt number was retired by the club just as his career was just beginning.

He has since played at the highest level for Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League – as well as for England at the Euros last year.

Many exciting England hopefuls have come and gone, but Bellingham is in his own league after making the brave decision to move to Germany in order to further his career.

His head is firmly screwed on his shoulders and his maturity shines through when he talks about what he loves most about playing football at the highest level.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

Money isn’t what drives the midfielder – rather it’s the ability to create moments and memories that will last.

“That kind of reaction to what you’ve managed to accomplish is really priceless,” Bellingham said on the BVB podcast.

|You can have all the money you want playing football, you can buy whatever you want – but be appreciated like this for creating so many memories for so many people – winning the league, winning so many cups, winning the league, winning the Champions League – which lives longer than any car you can buy or any house you can buy.

“That’s what drives me in football, creating memories that not only will I remember forever, but other people will remember forever too.”

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

Bellingham is closing in on 100 appearances for Dortmund and has a contract until 2025. He has, however, been heavily linked with a return to England with Liverpool in the near future but a deal in this transfer window is out of the question.

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