have scouted Jobe Bellingham and are continuing to closely monitor the younger brother of their signing Jude.
It has been an immense start to his Real Madrid career for Jude, with the 20-year-old scoring 10 goals in his first 10 games for the club.
The international has taken Spain by storm since his arrival from and his club are interested in adding another Bellingham to their ranks.
Jobe only turned 18 last month but made 26 appearances for Birmingham City before his summer switch to Sunderland, where he has quickly gone into the starting XI and already made 12 appearances.
The midfielder has won caps for his country at youth level up to the Under-19s and that is where Real Madrid sent scouts to watch him, in a goalless draw with Montenegro last week.
Despite the result, report that Real Madrid president Florentino Perez was very encouraged by the scouting report he received on Jobe.
A move is not imminent but the Spanish giants are keeping a close eye on Jobe, believing that a number of clubs across Europe could be preparing to pounce for him if his progression continues.
Real Madrid clearly have immense pulling power anyway, but can offer Jobe the chance to join his brother at the Santiago Bernabeu, which could be enough to secure a deal, even if they might not be offering him the regular game time that Jude is enjoying.
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