Jude Bellingham forgets passport and his mum brings it to the airport before England star jets off for training with Borussia Dortmund

    Jude Bellingham might have redefined the phrase ‘old head on young shoulders’ but he still needs his mum to get him out of passport related troubles.

    Hilarious pictures have emerged of the England and Borussia Dortmund superstar waiting for his mum Denise to bring his ID for a club trip to Marbella.

    Bellingham eventually made it to Spain, with his mum’s help


    Bellingham eventually made it to Spain, with his mum’s help

    Unlike most European leagues, Germany have been kind enough to give their teams a proper winter break, despite the Qatar World Cup, with action not resuming until January 20.

    Ahead of the restart, squads have linked back up for warm weather training, including Dortmund, who will play two friendly matches in the Spanish city of Marbella.

    But there was a hitch ahead of the flight from Dortmund airport to Malaga, with Bellingham seen anxiously waiting outside for his mum to arrive.

    She eventually did, and handed over his passport, with a relieved looking Bellingham holding it up to the cameras with a smile.

    The 19-year-old England midfielder continues to defy his years with stunning displays for both club and country.

    Bellingham has become a Three Lions regular despite still being a teenager, scoring at the World Cup, while he’s lit up the Bundesliga and Champions League this season.

    Bellingham was seen in a panic at Dortmund airport

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    Bellingham was seen in a panic at Dortmund airport

    But thankfully his mum arrived in time

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    But thankfully his mum arrived in time

    Along with Bellingham’s professionalism on the pitch, he continues to show his wisdom off it with BVB teammate Mats Hummels calling him: “The most mature 18-year-old player I’ve ever seen.”

    talkSPORT host Ally McCoist even joked that he’d let the former Birmingham star take his daughters out, if he had any, but it turns out he may need some help getting his passport in order.

    He continues to be the subject of transfer speculation and the latest reports in The Sun claim Dortmund will want at least £100m up front.

    The likes of Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool are all said to be keen on signing him.


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