Borussia Dortmund might be regretting keeping Jadon Sancho

German Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund might be regretting their decision not to sell England International winger Jadon Sancho to Man United last summer transfer window after the club chief lamented his poor form so far this season.

Jason Sancho was a top priority for the Red Devils in the last summer transfer window but the German Bundesliga outfit insisted on £108 million which Man United could not pay. Efforts to negotiate the fee failed.

Now that he is with the club, Borussia Dortmund hierarchy are not comfortable with Jadon Sancho’s dip in form. It could reduce his value in the transfer market in subsequent windows.

Last season, the Man City academy product scored 17 goals and provided 16 assists last season in Bundesliga, but so far this season, he is yet to score a single goal and provided just two assists.

Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc fears something is missing from his game.

In an interview with Ruhr Nachrichten, Zorc said “He’s lacking a bit of natural lightness at the moment. Of course, we speak to him, but it’s not something you can rediscover just by talking.’

Dortmund boss Lucien Favre also made the same worrying comment about Jadon Sancho’s poor form. It could now be the case of wishing to have the £90 million reportedly offered by Man United than his ineffective stay at the club.

Howbeit, Man United are believed to be planning a return for the signature of Jadon Sancho but it is unsure if they will be alone in his chase as other clubs are reported to be interested.

The Red Devils were the only club seeking for the signature of the England International winger last summer but they might not be that lucky next time.

Meanwhile, Jadon Sancho is believed to be interested in a move to Man United as revealed by sources close to him despite publicly stating that he is happy with the Bundesliga outfit.

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