Jude Bellingham has expressed his gratitude and appreciation for his time at Borussia Dortmund following the confirmation of his move to Real Madrid on an initial fee of €103m.
The talented midfielder acknowledged the significant role that Borussia Dortmund played in his development, stating that the club has been the biggest part of his life over the past three years.
Bellingham joined Dortmund as a 17-year-old and expressed how he has grown and matured during his time at the club.
His heartfelt tribute reflects the positive impact Dortmund had on his career and personal growth during his formative years.
“Where to start, for the last three years Borussia Dortmund has been the biggest part of my life. I joined as a 17-year-old boy and I’m leaving as a man,” said Bellingham in a statement.
“I cannot thank this club enough for everything it’s done for me. The opportunities, the experiences, the highs and even the lows.
“All of it has been part of what has been a great development both as a human and a player.
“I am honoured to have represented this football club as often as I have, I’d like to thank all the players, managers, bosses and members of staff that have played a role in my time at the club.
“I’ll always keep a place for BVB in my heart and will never forget the impact the values of the club has had on my life… I wish the club nothing but the best for the future.”