Jadon Sancho is one player that Manchester United have been heavily linked with in the recent past. The Red Devils are believed to have tried to sign him a number of times in the past and it looks like he is the club’s number one transfer target this summer as well. And to be honest, it is not hard to see why.
Sancho has established himself as one of the brightest young talents in all of football ever since moving to Borussia Dortmund. And if he can continue to develop at this rate, he can be one of the best players in the world in the not too distant future.
It remains to be seen whether Manchester United can pull off a move for him though. Last summer a transfer failed to materialise as Borussia Dortmund were believed to be looking for a transfer fee in the region of €120 million. A move feels much more likely this time around though as Sancho could be available for a figure of around €95 million.
"“I think a lot of Jadon Sancho, with his one-on-one duels, as an assister and scorer, he is extremely dangerous.“He has so much potential, he helps the team. That’s why he’ll be valuable to England over the course of the tournament.”"
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Sancho could prove to be a brilliant signing for Manchester United
If Manchester United were able to get a deal for Sancho over the line this time around, it would be seen as a massive boost on their part.
First of all, the Red Devils do not possess a lot of depth on the right wing at this point of time, which is the reason why Mason Greenwood featured there for the majority of the previous campaign. Someone like Sancho would immediately solve that issue and make the right wing position his own.
Secondly, the youngster has proven to be very effective during his time with Borussia Dortmund, whether it be with his assists or his goals. And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side can certainly do with that kind of effectiveness if they are to challenge for titles in the near future.