Jude Bellingham has been leaning on his compatriot Jadon Sancho as he tries to adjust to life in new surroundings.
Borussia Dortmund kept up their policy of signing emerging talents as they secured the services of Jude Bellingham last month.
Dortmund paid a fee of €25 million to Birmingham City for the 17-year old, making him the most expensive teenager in Europe.
The likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, and Bayern Munich, were also reportedly interested in signing him. It is not very common for English players to play abroad, but perhaps the fact that Dortmund provides an excellent platform for young talents to prosper prompted him to take the decision.
On Tuesday, Bellingham took part in a Q&A session with the fans on the club’s Twitter account.
“Jadon has been very helpful for me,” Bellingham replied when asked to name a player who has helped him the most in settling at BVB.
“Not only is he great to play with but he always makes sure I understand what information the coaches are giving to us.
Bellingham was also asked to name the toughest opponent he has faced in training so far. The trio of Sancho, Thorgan Hazard and Erling Haaland might dazzle the defenders but he gave a surprising answer.
He replied: “Axel Witsel, he is so strong but also so composed with the ball.”