Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips has urged that 17-year-old Jude Bellingham has the “world at his feet”.
Bellingham, 17, carried out a standout performance as Gareth SouthgateThe Euro 2020 side of their preparations started with a win over Austria on Wednesday night time.
The Borussia Dortmund midfielder loved a pleasant year in Germany and was introduced Saturday because the Bundesliga Newcomer of the Season.
Sancho is the forgotten piece of the English attack purse
He might once more start the European Championship in England beginning XI and is in direct competition with Phillips for a task within the Southgate team.
Regardless of that, Phillips believes that Bellingham has already reached the next level than it has at 25.
When requested if he had ever seen a 17-year-old nearly as good as Bellingham, the Leeds midfielder replied: “No. I positively have not (seen) a 17-year-old as gifted as he’s.
“I do not even assume I am as gifted as it’s to be sincere with you. He’s a great player, a great lad too and he has the world at his feet.
“Actually, there aren’t any phrases to explain how gifted he’s. As you’ll be able to see all through his career in Birmingham and then transferring to Dortmund, which is a big move for such a young child.
“The way in which he has carried out in some Champions League matches against City of Manchester, a little bit on the higher stage.
“It was like he was already there for such a young child at 17, you take a look at him and you’ll be able to’t consider he is 17, you’ll be able to’t consider as a result of he is so big, he is so robust, so highly effective.
“He is a really good man too so it is good to rub shoulders with a young lad who’s doing so well and now the sky is the restrict for him.”