The Red Devils continue to study the alternative of bringing Sancho back to his homeland from BVB. In 2007, ex-Three Lions star Hargreaves completed a similar move when leaving from German football at Bayern Munich forever in the Premier League at Old Trafford.
Sancho could also be added to the Red Devils
Jadon Sancho, capable of making the same impact at Manchester United as Bruno Fernandes has enjoyed, claims that Owen Hargreaves. The Red Devils continue to study the alternative of bringing Sancho back to his homeland from BVB. In 2007, ex-Three Lions star Hargreaves completed a similar move when leaving from German football at Bayern Munich forever in the Premier League at Old Trafford. He believes that Sancho should follow the same path. The talented 20-year-old winger is considered the perfect fit for United’s new offensive section, which already involves Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, and Mason Greenwood. Sancho could also be added to the squad, which provides for Portuguese playmaker Fernandes. He quickly became a talismanic presence on the back of his January transfer from Sporting.
Hargreaves hopes Jadon Sancho comes to Manchester United
Hargreaves believes further influence can be found if United are willing to dig deep enough. With Dortmund making it clear they will not lower their asking price. The ex-Red Devils midfielder told reporters: “I hope he comes here. He would be perfect for United. I don’t think Dortmund has a lot of controversies because they sold almost everyone. Whether it’s Robert Lewandowski, Mats Hummels, Mario Gotze or Ousmane Dembele. Everyone has pretty much left there. “We know they are selling club in it’s obviously about money. In Jadon, as we are now in a problematic space right now with everything going in the world, finances will be well spent. You saw what Bruno did to United. Jadon would do the same.”
Sancho left Manchester in 2017 when he made the bold decision to cut ties with United’s arch-rivals City. He became a star in Germany, with 34 goals and 43 assists recorded for Dortmund in 99 appearances in all competitions. Ole is eager to buy into that current ability, and future potential as ambitious plans are piled together at Old Trafford. But securing Sancho’s signature at the end of a long saga may require a club-record transfer fee.