Fans plead to Jude Bellingham ‘come Chelsea’ as he enters Stamford Bridge

Chelsea fans could be heard shouting “come Chelsea” to Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham.

The England international has been frequently linked with a move to Stamford Bridge ever since he forced his way into the German giants first XI. Bellingham arrived at Stamford Bridge to a chorus of requests from passionate Blues’ fans, desperate to sign him.

However, he will be out to break their hearts by knocking them out of the Champions League. And he may have already struck a psychological blow when he totally ignored the request of Blues’ fans.

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In fairness to the 19-year-old, Bellingham did tap the hands of some young Chelsea supporters desperate to make contact with the England international. However, he did not even turn his head when one Blues’ fan told him to “come Chelsea”.

Instead, Real Madrid and Liverpool target Bellingham looked straight ahead of him, evidently focussing on striking another dagger into the heart of Chelsea manager Graham Potter. The under-fire Blues’ boss could be dropped into even more hot water if Dortmund knock them out of the Champions League.

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Dortmund currently command a slender 1-0 aggregate lead from the first leg. And with away goals no longer a factor, Chelsea are still well in the tie. Bellingham was one of the first to remind his teammates there is still an awful lot of work to be done.

"It's a small win in comparison to what we have to face in a few weeks' time,” he said after the first leg. “We have to go to Stamford Bridge and get another positive result, but we can be really pleased with how we played and how we defended in the second half but we need to understand it's not over and they can definitely come back with a lot of power.

"It was a very strong performance, especially the second half," he added. "We created a lot of chances and efforts on goal but I am disappointed with the goal we conceded.

"I thought we were the dominant team in the second half. It is half-time in the tie, we have to regroup."

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