Talksport pundit Danny Mills has warned Borussia Dortmund starlet Jadon Sancho over a move to Manchester United this summer.
According to Goal, United lead Chelsea in the chase to sign Sancho, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer identifying the 20-year-old as his number one transfer target.
Sancho is widely expected to leave Germany as he looks for the next challenge in his career after thriving in the Bundesliga in the past two seasons.
But former Manchester City and Leeds defender Mills thinks Sancho should weigh up his options before making the switch to Old Trafford.
Mills told TalkSPORT, as quoted by Manchester Evening News:
“If I was Jadon Sancho I’d be wanting to ask the questions: “Who else are you bringing in? What other signings have you got lined up? What is the squad going to look like next season? Are you realistically going to be challenging for things? Who is going to be the manager… is it still going to be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer next?”
“He’s in a position of strength at the moment. He wants to go and win things, that’s the most important thing.
“He’s going from a fantastic club, he’s gone through his development phase, he’s now going to start hitting the peak development phase and he wants that to be the best years.
“There’s no point going to Manchester United next season if they’re going to finish sixth or seventh.”
While Mills is cynical over the transfer, we feel United can offer Sancho exactly what he is looking for in the next stage in his career.
Sancho is the perfect solution to Solskjaer’s imbalance on the right-wing and would lineup in an exciting front three alongside Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.
The England international already shares a great relationship with Sancho and United should be looking to sell their long-term ambitions with the young sensation in the forefront of Solskjaer’s plans.
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