Former Watford player, Luther Blissett believes that Manchester United’s playing style will suit Sancho. It’s just that the player is also advised to consider MU escape to the Champions League.
Speculation about the continuation of Jadon Sancho’s career has indeed been the subject of European media coverage. Not surprisingly, the Englishman have shown his impressive performance in the German Bundesliga since joining Borussia Dortmund
He docked at Signal Iduna Park in the summer of 2017. So far, Sancho has packed 31 goals and 42 assists with just 90 matches in all events along with the German Club.
Not surprisingly, the players from the Manchester City academy were conquered by a number of European giants. And given the fact that Jadon Sancho came from England, many Premier League giants are believed to be interested in securing his services.
Liverpool and Chelsea are said to be interested in getting Jadon Sancho services. There is also Manchester United, who is believed to be most serious in wanting the services of a 20-year-old figure. On the one hand, the Red Devils have set aside 120 million Pounds.
The figure is a price set by dortmund as the release clause of the winger. Although there is still time to consider his future, Blissett suggested that Jadon Sancheo join the Premier League club.
“Obviously there are many potential offers. If he is going to leave the Bundesliga now the only country he can go is the Premier League. The Premier League is similar to Serie A in the 1980s, you get all the big stars there – that’s the place.” Blissett told talkSPORT.
Blisett considers that Manchester United is a suitable destination for Jadon Sancho. Only, the player must see, whether the landing team Ole Gunnar Solskjaer managed to qualify for the European Champions League or not.
United have shown great interest, so it will be a great attraction for him to go to a club that way. For me, if everything is in the right place, and especially if they enter the Champions League, then it is really the right club for Sancho,” he said.