Rumour mills have been spinning, and each day, it looks like the Jadon Sancho/United transfer is going to happen. For now, since there have been no confirmations, all we have just put a few things together to predict what might happen if this deal should go through.
“To be or not to be?” that is the question!
For now, it is still not clear whether the deal will happen, or it will just be like one of those deals to Old Trafford, which carried a lot of weight but never saw the light of day.
According to rumors, Jadon Sancho is threatening to leave Borussia Dortmund if the club prevents his move to Manchester United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ‘s distant goal in the forthcoming transfer window remains as it blends into Old Trafford ‘s image of the United Boss’ squad. He is perceived to be the perfect candidate to improve the club’s forward line.
Sancho is reported to have said to Dortmund that he wishes to leave the club, and we think he wants to come back to Manchester. Pep Guardiola ruled out of the race to sign the 20-year-old last week and to give United his signature a free shot.
For Dortmund in the Bundesliga, Sancho was outstanding, scoring 17 goals and collecting 17 assists from 34 games.
And United believes that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ed Woodward have all the qualities to succeed in Old Trafford as they follow the way back towards the top.
Ian McGarry believed Sancho had personally agreed with the Red Devils on Friday in the Transfer Window Podcast ahead of a potential move towards Theatre of Dreams.
What the signing could mean for these two players
Looking at Sancho’s performance and the rumored price tag, it is only prudent to say that he will not be a benchwarmer but a regular. As it stands, if he should enter the squad, it would only mean that a regular will warm the bench often, and a benchwarmer will further go down.
Sancho is a winger, and if he should come in, it would only mean that there would be trouble for Daniel James. After Cristiano Ronaldo moved to Real Madrid in 2009, Manchester United has had a handful of players tasked to make the right-wing their own, but none lived up to the hype. Angel Di Maria, Alexis Sanchez, and Memphis Depay had all had their go on the flanks when they played there.
He will be a significant improvement to Daniel James, who has made substantial strides since he left Swansea in the summer.
Following the Red Devils’ inability to qualify for the Champions League, James was signed as an alternative to Sancho last year in Dortmund.
In his first four matches, the Wales International flourished, scoring three goals for its new club.
But James has failed to maintain coherence since and now is back in the Old Trafford Picking order behind Mason Greenwood. Well, talking about Mason, questions have been asked about Man United’s need for Sancho. Does the team need to spend that much?
The teenager has scored 15 goals so far this season in all competitions for the Red Devils.
On both his right and left foot Greenwood can be professional, and even his teammates don’t know what he likes.
The young man has performed beautifully, and it’s tentative that you get a little weary of his potential. He was also named the new Robin van Persie or the new Wayne Rooney – a guy with high hopes.
Nonetheless, if he continues on his present course, he has plenty to do with becoming a generational talent for United. This has been said several times before, and only time will tell if this promise is fulfilled. Fans love him already, and you feel like something great will happen when he gets the ball.
Will signing Sancho hinder the growth of Greenwood, or do they even need the Dortmund star if the young person continues to work as he has? Of course, Sancho is one of Europe’s best young talents, and every team is expected to call for his signature. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and CEO Ed Woodward must have been posed challenging issues as Greenwood burst onto the scene.
So as it stands now, if that signing is going to happen, there’s going to be a lot of competition considering that Martial, Rashford, and Greenwood have had a good season. For James, it could only mean more time on the bench.