How Jadon Sancho Off-field Crises Could Benefit Manchester United In January


Former Manchester City striker Jadon Sancho has been one of Bundesliga’s standout youngsters since his move to the German League two years ago.

The 19-year-old year old has established himself as Borussia Dortmund’s first-choice striker and he has equally earned some caps with the England national team.

Unfortunately, Sancho has been facing some off-field crises since the October international break as he was punished by his club side for returning late from England’s duties.

The youngster was reportedly told to pay £86,000 as punishment for his inability to report to Dortmund’s training ground as soon as possible.

That’s not all, the player was equally omitted from Lucien Favre’s squad as part of his punishment, a decision which has given birth to reports that the winger could part ways with the struggling German side.

According to talkSPORTS, Sancho is unhappy with the way he was treated by Dortmund’s hierarchy and he is set to dump the club as soon as United or other suitors meet his price tag.

Having signed a new £190,000-per-week in August, it believed that Dortmund will slam a huge price tag on his services as they hope to explore the player’s impressive rise to fame.

Many transfer podcasts already claimed that Favre’s employers are demanding for £100m from interested suitors, including the Red Devils, Barcelona and Liverpool.


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