Sancho insists that he is happy at Borussia Dortmund and that he enjoys playing with his youthful teammates.

Jadon Sancho is happy at BVB

Jadon Sancho has sent a message to Manchester United amid his ongoing transfer saga. He insists that he is happy at Borussia Dortmund and that he enjoys playing with his youthful teammates. Sancho played 45 minutes in Wednesday’s friendly against Rheindorf Altach, with Dortmund going 6-0 victorious over the Austrian side. Man Utd are in hot pursuit of the 20-year-old winger who has become one of Europe’s top players since joining Dortmund from Man City in 2017. Dortmund continued to stonewall the Red Devils, with the club’s sporting director Michael Zorc on Monday said Sancho would remain with the runners-up in the Bundesliga. “The decision is final. I think that answers all the questions”. However, Manchester United did not give up hope. Even though Dortmund held on to their price of €120 million for the England star.

The winger is pleased to share his experience with young players

Sancho appears to have had a message for United on Wednesday, however, as he emphasized his happiness at his current club. “I love to play with this lot,” Sancho told BVB-TV. “This is a special bunch. We have special young players. I am pleased to share serves with them and guide them. I was once in their shoes, playing with the elders. I’m happy for them”. Despite being only 20, Sancho said he is starting to take the lead on a team that will employ several teenagers, including 17-year-olds Gio Reyna and Jude Bellingham. “I joined Dortmund when I was 17,” Sancho said. “Some of the guys are the same age. I was there and did it and I can guide them on what is good and what is not. I hope I motivate them too.”

Bellingham paid tribute to Sancho on Tuesday in a Q&A on Dortmund’s Twitter account, stating that his English colleague helped him settle down after a €25m off-season move from Birmingham. “Jadon was beneficial to me, not only great to play with, but he always makes sure that I understand what information the coaches are giving us,” Bellingham said. Bellingham and Reyna both started in a friendly against Altach, with Reyna scoring the first goal. Erling Haaland put on a brace, Thorgan Hazard, Emre Can, and Julian Brandt, also scoring.