Jude Bellingham and his teammates must get used to a brand new car-related rule at Real Madrid.
Bellingham has had an electric start to life in the Spanish capital since making the £88.5 million switch from Borussia Dortmund over the summer.
Following a brace against Osasuna on the weekend, the 20-year-old has already matched his league tally from the entirety of last season, netting eight times in eight games.
While his goalscoring form continues on the pitch, Bellingham is enjoying a few perks off it, after he was gifted a BMW on Monday.
Every member of the first-team squad, along with manager Carlo Ancelotti, picked up their electric vehicles as part of a new initiative to make their journeys to training more environmentally friendly.
Los Blancos’ sponsorship with the car manufacturer is similar to Bayern Munich’s long-term partnership with Audi – a rule Bellingham’s England teammate Harry Kane must now follow at the Bundesliga club.
Bellingham was pictured with his arms crossed next to his BMW XM hybrid SUV and signed the back of his personalised registration plate.
A club statement read: “The football first team received the official BMW cars at an event which took place at Real Madrid City.
“This season, the team will use vehicles classified as ‘0 emissions’ in order to be able to make their daily journeys in 100% electric mode.
“The players have opted for models such as the BMW i4 M50, the new BMW i4 eDrive35, the first BMW XM, the BMW iX M60 and the BMW IX xDrive50.
“These are high-performance, sustainable models featuring state-of-the-art technology, all geared towards dynamism, precision and aesthetics, without neglecting electrification.”