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Jobe Bellingham's dream five-a-side team features two Liverpool players and his brother Jude

Jobe Bellingham's dream five-a-side team features two Liverpool players and his brother Jude

Sunderland forward Jobe Bellingham included two Real Madrid players in his dream team.

Sunderland forward Jobe Bellingham named his brother Jude in a dream five-a-side team featuring two Liverpool players and Harry Kane.

The 18-year-old, who has made 34 appearances in all competitions for Sunderland this season, scoring five goals, is being linked with a big move.

Serie A side Lazio are keeping tabs on Bellingham, according to Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, who say they will make a move at the end of the season.

Real Madrid, Newcastle and Chelsea have also been linked with a move for Jobe in the past but for now at least, his future remains in Sunderland.

Speaking to YouTube channel That's Football this week, he said: "We need to get this club back to the Premier League, where this team belongs."

He added: "On a personal note, I was looking at getting 10 goal involvements at the start of the season and I'm on track to do that."

As well as speaking about his development, Bellingham sat down to create a dream five-a-side team featuring the so-called "best player in the world".

To kick things off, the teenager included Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson as his ideal choice between the sticks. "He's the best at the minute," Jobe added.

Liverpool teammate Virgil van Dijk would also feature in a back two alongside Real Madrid centre-back Antonio Rudiger.

And rather unsurprisingly, Rudiger's colleague Jude Bellingham, who has enjoyed such a prolific season at the Bernabeu, makes the team.

Jobe would also call his brother "the best player in the world" – a statement that certainly holds some weight considering his performances for Los Blancos this season.

Finally, Bayern Munich and England striker Harry Kane was the final pick, with Bellingham saying it was "hard" to look past him.

You can check out the segment in full below:

Jude Bellingham certainly rates his younger brother. Last year, he was asked who might win the 2024 edition of the Golden Boy award.

"I'll say three names," he told Tuttosport. "First of all, Arda Guler is a phenomenon, we see him training and we are delighted with him.

"Then my former teammate Jamie Bynoe-Gittens, from Borussia Dortmund. And finally, my brother Jobe, a thoroughbred striker like our father.

"If Sunderland were to be promoted to the Premier League, watch out for him!"

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/judebellingham - Getty Images

Topics: Jude Bellingham, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Sunderland, Chelsea, Harry Kane