It is expected that this will be only a matter of time before a top-flight heavyweight buys into the potential of the player, who already has 35 superior performances to his name.

“Potential is a dangerous word”

Manchester United may be watching Jude Bellingham, but Birmingham coach James Beattie has warned that “potential is a dangerous word,” and the 16-year-old striker will dictate his future. Premier League admires the teenage sensation of books at St Andrew’s. It is expected that this will be only a matter of time before a top-flight heavyweight buys into the potential of the player. Who already has 35 superior performances to his name. It is reported that United is chasing: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer quarreled with recruitment plans for Old Trafford to shift his focus to future stars. Bellingham would fit the bill, but it would take a lot of money to chop him off from Birmingham.

Jude is a perfect player – Beattie said

The Blues do not intend to part with a hot prospect that needs regular playing time. To maintain its impressive development and will leave any calls for future transitions up to a valuable graduate of the academy. Beattie, who works with Bellingham as the first-team coach in the West Midlands, told reporters: “Jude is a perfect player. He is a perfect young man too, who is very important”. He is the right person – but the potential is a dangerous word. “I think, If Jude reasons and continues to develop, he will be a very, very good player”. I think that there is a lot of pressure on him at the moment. He is very good at it, and I think that he needs people around gave him the right advice.

“As I say, if he holds his feet on the ground and his headstrong, what is he more than capable of doing”. Beattie added: “Jude’s best advice is just to let it make a conversation. And then when it comes to a decision, make it a happy decision and not make a decision on behalf of someone else”. Bellingham made history in August 2019 when he became the youngest star in Birmingham’s history. To debut against Portsmouth in the Carabao Cup at the age of 16 and 38 days.