Manchester United are expected to move quickly to recruit Jadon Sancho if they are interested in the young English winger. Because, at this time not too many European giants are interested in the player.
Actually, Jadon Sancho has been linked with Manchester United in the summer transfer market last year. But somehow the English player finally chose to stay at Borussia Dortmund.
Manchester United’s interest in the player is believed to still be there, especially seeing the fact that Jadon Sancho performed brilliantly this season. Together with Dortmund, he scored 20 goals and 20 assists from 40 appearances in all competitions this season.
With exceptional statistics at a young age, it seems natural that Manchester United crave the former Manchester City academy dropout.
Even this transfer rumors then ignited the comments of one MU legend, Gary Neville. According to him, Manchester United should not delay the recruitment of Jadon Sancho if he is interested in the player.
Especially at this time there is still no interest from a number of European giants, aka still few competitors.
“They still have to seduce the player to come, they still have to pay for the club. They also must be able to urge Borussia Dortmund to sell it, ”
“Next season, maybe Real Madrid will chase him, maybe Bayern Munich, maybe Man City, and maybe Chelsea will come after him.” Neville said, quoted from Goal International.
It would be a problem if the giant European teams also began to be interested in Sancho, they would certainly come with a big offer and the player on one side had more options.
“When other clubs come with a lot of money, Sancho might have four to five choices. Now, the fact is he can only join MU, because only MU might be able to pay him this summer, ”
“This is where MU can get players who might not have been able to get them before. Now, hopefully MU is in a position where they can seduce players to join [not only with money], “he said.
For information, Jadon Sancho is a former Manchester City academy educator, he went to Germany since 2017.