The international player for England has already made an impact on Los Blancos after scoring three goals in his first two La Liga games.
Real Madrid supporters have likely seen this image before. The 20-year-old Englishman they had just signed stood in front of them with his arms outstretched in victory and a small smirk on his face. It is a posture that combines humility with arrogance, a pose that suggests greatness, and a position characterized by modesty. Jude Bellingham has accomplished that exact feat three times in La Liga, one time for each goal he has scored while wearing Madrid white. It has evolved into his trademark action and recognizable celebration. The €103 million (£88 million/$110 million) signing Bellingham now has a name. And Madrid has desperately needed it ever since Karim Benzema left for Al-Ittihad of the Saudi Pro League in June. He also had a distinctive reaction, throwing his arms and shouting with joy. This guy celebrated each of his 354 goals for Real Madrid as though it were his first.