Manchester United have been urged to push to sign Jude Bellingham by Sven-Goran Eriksson as a consequence of the similarities between the Borussia Dortmund star and club legend Paul Scholes.
Bellingham has been heavily linked with a move away from the Signal Iduna Park at the top of the season, along with his transfer value soaring over the winter as a consequence of impressive displays for England on the World Cup.
Liverpool, Manchester City and Real Madrid area all believed to be focused on the 19-year-old, though Eriksson believes that the Red Devils should do all they will to sign the midfielder. He told OLBG: “Jude Bellingham seems to haven’t any nerves in any respect and has all the boldness on this planet.
“He can dribble in tight situations and he’s a sublime player, he can drift away with the ball. I actually like Bellingham. Bellingham jogs my memory of Paul Scholes, he can dribble, pass and rating goals. They don’t seem to be the exact same player, but when I used to be to check him to anyone, I would not say Frank Lampard or Steven Gerrard, he jogs my memory more of Paul Scholes.”