Manchester United fans were quick to rule out Jadon Sancho potentially moving to Old Trafford after a Manchester United fan page put out a tweet stating ‘If we don’t sign this don’.
Indeed, this was after England fans witnessed the teenager bag his first and second international goals for England in what was a remarkable performance from the 19-year-old against Kosovo.
If we don’t sign this don… 🔥 pic.twitter.com/SL4N4IkcL8
— United Xtra (@utdxtra) September 10, 2019
Interestingly, it was revealed in Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ show (via the Mirror) that the Red Devils tried to lure Sancho back to England but the player had ‘no intention’ of leaving the club.
To the present, and the former Manchester City player has started this season just as he finished the last, boasting an almighty three goals and four assists in just five games – only Paco Alcacer has scored more (4) for the German giants. [WhoScored]
The London-born winger has not just proved he is an assist machine, but the fact he is more of a right-sided winger (as shown on Transfermarkt) could work wonders for United, with Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial playing more central or to the left since Romelu Lukaku’s departure.
Although, Man United fans have huge doubts over the likelihood of signing Jadon Sancho, as can be seen down below:
Don’t get your hopes up, it’ll end in tears.
— Man United🔴⚪️⚫️ (@UnitedDele) September 11, 2019
He’s too good for United.
— uMzukulu KanoGilo (@KingNkosana_) September 10, 2019
Why would he join us? He’d be stupid to join us
— Jake Fursman (@jake_fursman) September 10, 2019
Too good for us unfortunately
— smalldini (@SaucySmalldini) September 10, 2019
No chance unless we get top four.
— Ben Mitchell (@BMitcharoo) September 10, 2019
If he has any brains he'll stay as far away from Manchester United football club as possible
— GarJ (@GarJ16632322) September 10, 2019
It will still end in tears
— Fire & Ice (@fidvictor) September 11, 2019
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