JUDE BELLINGHAM had his team-mates in stitches as he delivered his Dortmund initiation song.
The 17-year-old bravely got up in front of his new colleagues to sing… but they’ll be hoping for better performances from him on the pitch than on stage.
The £25million summer signing, reading lyrics from his phone screen, attempted to perform something along the lines of Ne-Yo’s “So Sick”.
But on video captured by Jadon Sancho, and posted to Instagram, Bellingham had his team-mates in absolute stitches.
In fact, such was the volume of laughter from Sancho and Co, that Bellingham’s singing at points can hardly be heard… which is probably for the best.
It all got a bit too much for Raphael Guerreiro, who found himself literally rolling on the floor with pained laughter at his new team-mate’s expense.
Defender Dan-Axel Zagadou can also be seen howling with delight.
Bellingham wasn’t the only youngster to have to put his performing to the test, however.
Erling Haaland also took to the stage, but the striker played it safe by swaying to a rendition of Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds”.
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And it was soon the turn of 15-year-old prodigy Youssoufa Moukoko.
The teenage prodigy has been the talk of the town in recent weeks, with the Bundesliga having even changed their age eligibility rules with the young forward in mind.
And he had Zagadou and Sancho in particular, in stitches once again, showing his dance moves on the big stage.