Jadon Sancho again proved why he is one of the most highly-rated prospects across Europe, by scoring his first two international goals for England last night in the thrilling 5-3 victory over Kosovo.
Alongside Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane, Sancho makes up a potent front three for Gareth Southgate’s side, who all contributed to five goals being scored in the first-half in the Euro 2020 qualifier at St Mary’s.
Sancho took the place of United forward Marcus Rashford after the 21-year-old started in Saturday’s victory over Bulgaria at Wembley.
The 19-year-old was in fine form operating from the right-wing, a position that has not been filled by a specialist at Manchester United for several years.
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Loads of Manchester United fans have taken to social media asking for the club to go all out for Sancho, who has lit up the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund since leaving Pep Guardiola’s Man City in 2017.
The Reds were linked with a move for him in the summer, but a move seemed unrealistic after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side failed to qualify for the Champions League.
Whilst United fans would love Sancho at the club, he will be one of the most coveted stars across Europe so even if he does become available next summer, the Reds will struggle to attract him to Old Trafford, especially without Champions League football.
We need Jason Sancho. Now. #MUFC #England
— Greenw00dSZN (@MUFC_DEVILS20) September 10, 2019
Jadon Sancho 🔥 but what play from Sterling!
Ed, if you’re watching PLEASE sign Jadon Sancho! pic.twitter.com/klNRNwr5NX
— The United Stand (@UnitedStandMUFC) September 10, 2019
Ole Gunnar solsjaer and Ed Woodward should do everything within their power to sign up Jadon Sancho for man Utd, and hand him the famous number seven jersey in broad daylight.
Jodan Sancho and Daniel James means goals and assists on consistent basis nothing else.#MUFC pic.twitter.com/pwgMexzPhf
— LAURENT VIELIZA🇰🇪 (@laurent_vieliza) September 10, 2019
Sancho. Whatever it takes. Whatever. It. Takes.
I did say United should have signed him this summer, and before I get the “he wasn’t for sale” line, a team like #MUFC should be able to dictate with their financial strength. pic.twitter.com/pfRDuMvglb
— Tom McDermott (@MrTomMcDermott) September 10, 2019
Would happily pay £140m for Jadon Sancho. Fully believe he will be brought in once Pogba is sold next summer. #mufc
— Matt Fuller 🔰 (@mattfuller5) September 11, 2019
Jadon Sancho might exactly be the player #MUFC need but you have to ask whether he’d accept any challenge without #ChampionsLeague football, which begs the question why we allowed such a sub-par transfer window making it unlikely to finish top 4 this season. #MUNLEI #ManUtd
— Ahnaf (@Fareen21) September 11, 2019
Never mind what it costs get Jordan Sancho signed up, he’s showing consistent fantastic form out on the right, a position we’ve struggled with for ages! #mufc pic.twitter.com/m1E4lhVAk2
— Red Army! (@RedorDead07) September 11, 2019
How many times have we heard this nonsense narrative from Woodward? Does it every single transfer window and underwhelms everyone every time. Full Leicester raid needed in the summer: Ndidi, Maddison and Chilwell. Plus Sancho. Add those 4 and things are looking much better. #MUFC https://t.co/vWGol1YRGN
— Joe Sillett (@JoeSillett) September 11, 2019
Jadon Sancho needs to be in a united shirt next season 100 percent #mufc
— Jus 🐺 (@FieldTalkJus_) September 10, 2019