Jadon Sancho finally spoken up amid MU transfer speculation

One of the young England winger, who was traveling in Germany, Jadon Sancho has recently been closely linked with Manchester United. The player was silent for a long time, but now he breaks the silence.

The name of Jadon sancho has been linked to the Red Devils since the 2019 summer transfer market. However, at that time, no agreement was reached until the transfer market was closed.

Sancho finally stayed at Borussia Dortmund, as well as Manchester United who had to accept this transfer failure. But they didn’t give up.

The Premier League giants are seeking a transfer for the 20-year-old in the transfer market this summer. Some speculation has circulated claiming that Dortmund also actually agreed to release their flagship player.

It’s just that Die Borussen sets a very high price, 120 million Euros, which is a heavy burden for Manchester United. As a result, the negotiation process stalled.

It was also said that Manchester United was actually ready to pay 120 million Euros for Jadon Sancho, as long as it was in installments. But Dortmund is not in line with the Red Devils’ wishes.

Interestingly, Jadon Sancho, who had been silent about his transfer speculation, has now spoken up. He admitted that he was very happy with his career at Borussia Dortmund.

“I am very happy to play with this team. This is a special team. We have some special young players coming into the team. I am very happy to play together and guide them,”

“I’ve been in their position, playing with the seniors. I’m very happy for them,” Sancho told BVB TV.

Sancho did join Dortmund at a very young age, 17 years. Precisely in 2017, where he was bought from Manchester City.

“I joined Dortmund when I was 17 years old. Some players are the same age. I was in that position and did it,”

“I can guide them about what is good and what is not. Hopefully I can motivate them too,” said Sancho.

Now, Sancho is one of the crucial players in Lucien Favre’s squad.

Penulis: | 13 Agustus 2020 | blog