The English starlet says he would love to play alongside his younger sibling at Signal Iduna Park.
Having leftBirmingham City
with a record-breaking fee of £25 million,Jude Bellingham
last summer. The 17-year-old has developed himself as one of the most exciting talents in European football. Bellingham, who won the DFB Pokal with Dortmund last week, hopes his brother would join the Schwarzgelben in the near future.
"It's a dream for me. But it's up to him. I hope that he will develop further as a boy and as a player,
" Bellingham toldSky Germany
"He will definitely not play for Schalke."
Jobe Bellingham is currently playing in Birmingham's academy. Having been promoted to the U-18 team, the 15-year-old is reportedly being eyed by Dortmund andManchester United