ENGLAND fans are dreaming of a sibling partnership after Jobe Bellingham starred for England U18s.
The 17-year-old Birmingham City prodigy was named player of the tournament after helping the Young Lions win the Pinatar Tournament in Spain.
Jobe Bellingham scooped England U18s player of the tournamentCredit: https://twitter.com/j_bellingham
Jude Bellingham was named player of the match in England’s 3-3 against GermanyCredit: Getty
Borussia Dortmund star Bellingham appears set to start for the Three Lions at the World CupCredit: Reuters
And while the 2022 World Cup might be too soon, it might not be long before there are two Bellingham’s running out on the same pitch together.
Jude’s excellent form for club and country means he looks set for a starting role in Gareth Southgate’s World Cup side.
Jobe is also tipped for big things after signing a professional contract with Birmingham just last week.
It’s been quite a few days for the Bellingham family, but England fans are already looking ahead to the future.
Three Lions supporters are dreaming of a Bellingham midfield partnership for years to come thanks to their tender age.
One wrote on social media: “Can’t wait for Jude & Jobe Bellingham to boss England Midfield in the near future.”
Another said: “How long till both the Bellingham’s are starting centre mid for England?”
While a third added: “We might be rocking up to the 2026 World Cup with 2 Bellinghams in midfield who will only be 20 and 23.”
Their proud dad Mark also took to Twitter to express his delight after a stunning week for the Bellingham family.
He posted pictures of Jude and Jobe with their respective trophies and wrote: “Really happy for both the boys. Good few days for them.”
Jude already has 17 England caps before his 20th birthday, and is tipped for a mega-money move to a European giant next summer.
Jobe meanwhile has featured three times in the Championship for Birmingham this season, and looks to follow in his brother’s footsteps as one of the nation’s hottest talents.
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