Jadon Sancho was strongly associated with the move to Manchester United last summer, but in the end Dortmund managed to keep him.
The English national team has contributed goals from entertainment in the last two campaigns, and reports suggest it could finally secure a move by Man United in the next summer transfer window.
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According to France Football (via Sport Witness), the BvB is looking at players to replace the 20-year-old striker, and the Stuttgart striker’s name Tanguy Coulibaly is on their radar.
As for the future of Sancho, the French outlet mentioned that he could eventually return to the Premier League, and there is a great possibility of agreeing to move to Old Trafford.
The former Manchester City winger has scored 17 goals and provided the same number of assists to Dortmund in just 32 appearances in his last term under Lucien Favre.
This season his form has declined somewhat as he has failed to find a net in his first 11 appearances in the Bundesliga. However, in the last two games he has scored 2 goals and provided 2 assists to earn the maximum number of points for his team.
As for his international career, the player who plays £ 190,000 a week (The Mail) has already played 18 games under Gareth Southgate, scored 3 goals and provided 5 assists.
At Old Trafford, United’s weakest position is in the attacking third right wing and that’s why they pushed for area reinforcements last summer. However, they failed to achieve that goal.
Will he be able to finally sign Jadon Sancho next summer? Only time will tell. In your opinion, should Man United break the bank to sign it?