Henderson tried to convince Jadon Sancho for not signing MU

Speculation of Jadon Sancho’s transfer to Manchester United has continued to reverberate lately, but Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson seems unhappy if this transfer is realized.

Jadon Sancho itself is indeed one of the center of attention of European media today. Nothing else because of the impressive performance he showed together with Borussia Dortmund. In fact, since last summer, the England national team player has been associated with a number of clubs.

In the January 2020 winter transfer market, Jadon Sancho was also linked to a number of clubs. However, until now the former Manchester City academy dropout remained at the German Bundesliga club.

However, that does not mean that Sancho is free from transfer speculation. Moreover, the performance concerned with Borussia Dortmund is still pretty good. This season, he recorded a score of 20 goals and 20 assists from 41 appearances in all competitions with Die Borussen.

Based on news heard in a number of European media, Jadon Sancho was widely associated with the Premier League giant, Manchester United.

However, it seems Jordan Henderson is reluctant to see talented players like Jadon Sancho join rival clubs. He then tried to persuade the player to stay at Dortmund.

“He has a good head, loves soccer, wants to develop, hear and learn, so if he stays on that path, the limit for him is only the sky,”

“He just needs to continue to work hard and listen to the people around him, and maintain what has been done. He played brilliantly for Dortmund and England, so he just needs to continue like that,” he told the Locker Room.

In addition to its impressive performance, Jadon Sancho has also recently been widely discussed because it violated the Social Distancing rules. This is related to the player’s decision to cut his hair by breaking the lockdown rules.

For his attitude, Jadon Sancho then had to get sanctions from the German Football Federation, and the Borussia Dortmund itself also gave a reprimand to the player. Sancho expressed his disappointment.

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