Jude Bellingham reveals which USMNT player is his best friend

Jude Bellingham of Real Madrid celebrates after Daniel Carvajal of Real Madrid scores the teams third goal during the LaLiga EA Sports match between Real Madrid CF and UD Almeria at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on January 21, 2024 in Madrid, Spain.

Real Madrid star Jude Bellingham opened up on a variety of topics in an interview with Topps UK.

The wide ranging interview covered topics like his favorite teammates and what he does in his spare time.

But before all of that, he revealed the person who he'd consider his best friend outside of the Real Madrid locker room.

'I think Gio Reyna, Dortmund teammate, US national team,' Bellingham revealed.

'Yeah, really good guy really good player, got on really well with him in Dortmund. I've not seen him for a while.'

Bellingham was also asked about who the best player he's ever shared a field with was. 

'You can never really win with this, can you? I played with a lot of really good players at Dortmund and with England as well. 

'But I think Tony Kroos or Luca Modric, probably one of those two. I think they just play a different game to everyone else. They're just 10 steps ahead of everyone all the time. So I'd say those two.'

As for a moment he might want to relive again, the England midfielder said, 'I think maybe the Classico was a good one. Yeah, the two goals and being able to help the team. So that was probably one of the best ones.'

Bellingham also revealed what he likes to do in his spare time, and it's nothing particularly troublesome or exciting. 

'Sleeping, probably. Napping. I like to go to restaurants, go for walks, go for coffee. I'm very normal, I think, outside of football. So I think anything you can imagine that a normal person would do, I'm probably doing that.'

Finally, he was asked about what he may be doing in his future after his career of playing football is over.

'Well, I'm not really giving it much thought. I'm still quite young, but getting on a bit.,' Bellingham joked.

'But I think it's one of those things where it's hard to come out of it when you've probably been in it for so long, even already. I've played football since I was six or seven years old, so it's something that you become a I'm addicted to. 

'So I probably think in the next 20 years, unless I get really bored of it, then it's going to be hard to lose the bug of wanting to go to training or wanting to coach or whatever. So I think I'll probably stay in football somehow.'

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