Borussia Dortmund’s winger focused on his own game and pursuing Ballon d’Or fame. Speculation continues to suggest that the English international may soon be returned to his homeland in a big-money deal.
Jadon Sancho is in the chase for Ballon d’Or fame
Jadon Sancho claims to ignore the transfer “noise” that he is generating amid ongoing links to Manchester United. Borussia Dortmund’s winger focused on his own game and pursuing Ballon d’Or fame. Speculation continues to suggest that the English international may soon be returned to his homeland in a big-money deal. Man United have been disappointed in their efforts to reach an agreement, but the summer window remains open, and the club record may be consolidated at some point by those at Old Trafford. Sancho is ready to let this saga play out without his participation, with a 20-year-old turning a deaf ear to the rumors that are raging around him.
It’s about getting better every day – claims Sancho
Asking for his take on the “noise” by journalists, Sancho said, “I try not to look at the media because I think as soon as you start looking at anything, it would be easy to get addicted to it. It can affect the players. It’s about not looking at these things and just focusing on trying to do the best I can on the pitch, especially in training. For me, it’s about getting better every day. I must keep a smile on my face and stay happy. I don’t look at all the noise and stuff. I’d rather keep my head down, keep my focus, and improve every day. “Sancho’s efforts on the field for Dortmund have made him one of the most sought-after talents in world football.
He is determined to maintain these standards while taking his game to even greater heights, with a desire to be recognized as the best player on the planet. “Every little child growing up is what they look at,” Sancho added. “For me, however, if I win a pair of Ballon d’Or, I will feel that I have achieved what I wanted to do in this life. There are other great goals that I want to achieve, such as winning the World Cup, the Champions League and all those great things, but yes, Ballon d’Or is just like, there are so many players in the world and to win that you would be chosen to be the best of the best.
That feeling, obviously I haven’t been in this situation, so I don’t know how it feels, but I looked at the reaction of other people when they won it – it’s an emotional moment. I have to keep working on myself to get there.”