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Three Premier League clubs 'plotting move for Jude Bellingham's brother Jobe' including Liverpool

Three Premier League clubs 'plotting move for Jude Bellingham's brother Jobe' including Liverpool

Three Premier League clubs are plotting a move for Jude Bellingham's brother Jobe.

Three Premier League clubs are considering a move for Jude Bellingham's brother Jobe, according to reports in Spain.

The highly-rated teenager currently plays for Sunderland having moved from boyhood club Birmingham City this summer.

He's yet to hit the heights of his brother Jude who was already playing for Borussia Dortmund by the time he turned 18.

However, he has been attracting interest from some of England's biggest clubs with Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea reportedly sending scouts to watch Jobe in Sunderland's recent game against Bristol City.

He's become an influential figure on Wearside starting 20 of the first 22 league games this season as The Black Cats hope to secure promotion to the Premier League.

Similarly to his brother, Jobe has been deployed in an advanced midfield role for Sunderland and has registered four league goals so far.

Reports in Spain have even suggested that giants Real Madrid could plot a move for the teenager in the hope of reuniting him with his brother.

A move to the Spanish capital now is extremely unlikely, but if he did make the switch to the Premier League then he'd have the chance to impress on a much bigger stage.

Jude's time at Dortmund was pivotal for his development and saw him given several opportunities to cement his place in one of Europe's top sides.

For Jobe, if he were to stay in England then he's best moving to a team that has proven capable of developing young players in a similar way.

Liverpool or Arsenal would seem a better fit than Chelsea, as he would probably struggle to get game time given the size of the latter's squad.

On the other hand, Jurgen Klopp and Mikel Arteta have trained players like Bukayo Saka and Trent Alexander-Arnold to become one of the best in their position.

Featured Image Credit: Getty & Instagram/JudeBellingham

Topics: Arsenal, Chelsea, Jude Bellingham, Liverpool, Premier League, Transfers, Football