Jadon Sancho feels “undervalued” by Manchester United
The absence of any real movement made by Manchester United to sign him in the transfer market this summer makes England winger Jadon Sancho claimed to be very disappointed.
In fact, speculation about Jadon Sancho’s move to Old Trafford has been around for a long time. The 21-year-old player was even claimed to be Manchester United’s main target this summer.
Like a tit for tat, Borussia Dortmund as the owner of the England national team winger doesn’t mind if his flagship player leaves this summer.
It’s just that Manchester United have objections to the official price of 120 million Euros that the German club has attached to the player.
Actually, this figure is still very affordable for Manchester United. However, it seems that the Red Devils’ financial condition has been affected by the Corona Virus Pandemic.
Jadon Sancho himself is reluctant to talk about the rumors of this move, out of respect for Borussia Dortmund. However, the player once hinted that he would happily return to his hometown and have a career there.
Unfortunately, Manchester United have not made any real moves in favor of Sancho. This is what makes David Ornstein as the Premier League analysis make the player feel disappointed.
“In the midst of this situation there is Jadon Sancho who welcomes the idea of a transfer to United and he is happy to do so if an agreement is reached.”
“He exchanged messages with Marcus Rasfhord to express his enthusiasm for the possibility.” Ornstein told The Athletic via Express.
Ornstein claims that Jadon Sancho feels disrespected by the Red Devils, even though he is well prepared to embark on the 2020/21 campaign with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s troops.
“I think he has felt a little underappreciated by United in recent weeks. Because United are not really close to the point they should have reached to complete this transfer,” he said.
Manchester United are indeed very passive in the transfer market this summer. They only recruited two top players, who were none other than Donny Van De Beek and Edinson Cavani.
Even the last name with a free transfer status was just bought on the closing day of the stock exchange.