Real Madrid's Jude Bellingham set to miss out on the USA tour due to injury

Jude Bellingham joined Real Madrid from Borussia Dortmund in a deal that might ultimately cost €134 million, and coach Carlo Ancelotti is happy with how the player has integrated

Midway through June, Bellingham agreed to a six-year contract with Real and was given the legendary number five shirt worn by midfield legend Zinedine Zidane while he was a player at the Bernabeu.

The England international has subsequently returned to Madrid to start preseason practise with his new teammates even though he was still on his summer leave at the time.

On July 23 in Los Angeles, Real will face AC Milan in their first summertime friendly, and Bellingham might make his unofficial debut at that time. The United States will next play more friendly against Manchester United, Barcelona, and Juventus through August 1.

A knee ailment caused by Bellingham’s “little problem” prompted him to need knee braces at the close of the previous campaign and to skip international duty in June. The footballer has allayed worries that someone so young is already needing to take such steps.

Insisting last week that “I’m ready to play and my knee is perfectly fine,” Bellingham, who turned 20 at the end of June, has already participated in an incredible 200 senior games for club and country during his career.

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