Ben Foster advises England starlet to sign for Manchester United

Ben Foster advises England starlet to sign for Manchester United

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster reckons Jude Bellingham should move to Old Trafford next summer.

The 19-year-old midfielder is being tipped for a big transfer chase next summer, with Manchester United among the clubs reportedly interested in his signature.

This means Borussia Dortmund are set to make significant profit on another young English player, who they signed from Birmingham City in 2020.

In the space of two years, Bellingham has become an established first team regular at Borussia Dortmund and he is on the cusp of breaking into England’s starting XI.

While some reports suggest Bellingham wishes to join Real Madrid, others claim City are convinced they can bring him to the Premier League.

However, Foster believes Bellingham would thrive more at United and has urged him to join his former club.

“For me personally, I would love to see him go to Manchester United,” Foster told his YouTube channel. “I think he would thrive more at Manchester United, he’d have more responsibility and I think he would enjoy it there more.

“I think he would know he’s the main man. I worry that if he went to a club like Man City he might just sort of [end up] a little like Jack Grealish.

“He would just fade a little bit at Manchester City. So I would love him at Manchester United, I think he would smash it.”

Although signing Bellingham would be a massive coup for United, I fear he is being priced out of a move if the figures being reported are accurate. You need to ask if Bellingham will be prioritised over a centre-forward or goalkeeper?

Let us know in the comments section if you think United should sign Bellingham?

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