Jude Bellingham’s three-word reply to Man United fan asking if he’ll make Old Trafford move

Jude Bellingham has laughed off a fan asking if he will be joining Manchester United, as rumours continue to link him with a move to Old Trafford.

The midfielder has starred for Borussia Dortmund over the past two seasons since arriving from Championship side Birmingham City.

He is still only 18-years-old, but is already a key player for the Black and Yellow, helping them to win the DFB-Pokal last season.

Having emerged as one of England’s brightest stars, Bellingham is attracting interest from a range of Premier League clubs.

United are one of them, with interim boss Ralf Rangnick having seen Bellingham up close during his time as director of football at RB Leipzig.

Their interest has been long-standing, with United having lost out to Dortmund when Bellingham departed Birmingham.

His decision to move to Germany has proved to be the right one, as he has thrived at Signal Iduna Park, earning a regular place in Gareth Southgate’s England squad.

Though his contract at Dortmund still has more than three years left to run, Bellingham has been linked with a departure for some time.

His most likely destination appears to be the Premier League, with Liverpool and United thought to be the frontrunners.

But United have suffered an apparent blow to their hopes of signing the prodigy after he was questioned by a Red Devils supporter.

The fan appeared to be going to get a selfie with the Dortmund star when he turned to face the midfielder.

“Are you going to come Man U?” the supporter asked.

Bellingham’s response to that question was telling, with the Englishman laughing and walking off before appearing to add: “Don’t be silly.”

It is unknown if Bellingham will move on from Dortmund in the summer, but United already appear to be losing ground in the race to sign him.

That will not please former Red Devils captain Roy Keane, who hailed Bellingham earlier this season.

“What he does on the pitch, the way he speaks off it, he’s playing week in, week out for a top club,” Keane told ITV Sport in November.

“The potential in this kid is scary. I saw him recently playing in a Champions League game and he was producing passes… I didn’t think he had that in his locker quite yet.

“The potential for this boy, he’s a good size, he’s like a boxer, he’s a strong powerful boy. Gareth [Southgate] must be rubbing his hands.”

Bellingham will next be in action on Sunday, when Dortmund host Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga.