Liverpool supporters have a theory when Jordan Henderson delivers a message to Jude Bellingham.
Jude Bellingham, along with Kacper Kozowski, is one of the two youngest players competing in Euro 2020 this summer.
Since Wayne Rooney in September 2003, the promising Borussia Dortmund teenager became the youngest player to start for the national team.
If Gareth Southgate’s side advances to the round of 16, they may face Bellingham, who will turn 18 on June 29.
He made an impression in his first season in the Bundesliga with Der BVB, winning his first piece of silverware in Germany with a win over RB Leipzig in the DFB Pokal.
Bellingham began for England in their first warm-up encounter ahead of Euro 2020, a 1-0 win over Austria, and the Reds skipper handed him the number eight shirt before the game.
“Getting it from Hendo, who has been such a vital part of the team, was a dream come true,” Birmingham City’s youngest ever player stated.
He recently enraged supporters by emphasizing his appreciation for Steven Gerrard, tweeting two exploding head emojis in reaction to a video of the former Liverpool captain.
Henderson posted a photo of himself with Bellingham earlier today, along with a good message.
“Treat every cap like it’s your first,” the Reds’ coach advised. @BellinghamJude, the future is bright.”
Henderson’s remark has sparked even more excitement among Reds fans, with some fans hinting at a possible transfer for the highly-rated talent.
It remains to be seen whether their “Agent Hendo” idea has any merit.
Both Bellingham and Henderson might be in Southgate’s starting XI for England’s Euro 2020 campaign, which begins on Sunday, June 13 against Croatia.