REAL MADRID superstar Jude Bellingham topped the list of most shirts sold across Europe last month.

Bellingham has set the world alight since his £115million move to Real in the summer made him the most expensive British player of all time.

The midfielder has since been dominating with Los Blancos where he has already registered a staggering 13 goals and three assists in 13 matches across all competitions.

That saw him win this year's Kopa trophy in the Ballon d'Or awards, marking the 20-year-old out as the best young player of the year.

The England international is also dominating off the pitch.

According to Fanatics, no one has sold more shirts than Bellingham across the entire continent in October.

Read More on Football


Top 10 English players of all time named as fans fume Rooney 'robbed'


Premier League: Get £40 in free bets when you stake £10 with Paddy Power

In fact, the ex-Birmingham star tops the Top 10 list, which includes a shock addition from Manchester United.

Manchester City superstar Erling Haaland, who led Pep Guardiola's team to a stunning Treble last season and has already registered a whopping 13 goals and three assists in 16 matches, comes second.

Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe is third despite the fact his contract with the club runs out in June and there is absolutely no indication he will renew as he eyes a move to join Bellingham at Real.

United's Marcus Rashford follows in fourth place despite his slow start this season as he stood out last term with an impressive 30 goals and 11 assists in 56 appearances.

Most read in Football


FA Cup draw as Wrexham host non-league side and Ramsgate play Wimbledon


Arsenal release statement after Arteta’s stinging attack on VAR ‘error’


Scottish game abandoned after goalie suffers horror injury – moments after rammy


Mikel Arteta ‘ashamed’ at VAR ‘disgrace’ that cost Arsenal and will fight ruling

Son Heung-min is fifth as he makes all Tottenham fans forget about Harry Kane with eight goals in 11 matches so far.

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is sixth despite his strong links with a move to Saudi Arabia in the near future, with Al-Ittihad still keeping tabs.

Kevin De Bruyne is seventh after a fantastic season with City, which shows how much fans are looking forward to his return from a hamstring injury.

But the most shocking addition comes in eighth place and it's none other than United ace Alejandro Garnacho.


Garnacho has yet to register a goal in the Premier League or Champions League this season.

But the winger is still considered a star in the making by many and it seems like there is a lot of faith in him as fans are literally investing in him.

The Argentina international finishes above stars like Bukayo Saka from Arsenal and Vinicius Junior from Real, who finish ninth and 10th respectively.

Source: Read Full Article