The big question is will we see Jadon Sancho at Manchester United this summer?
Firstly, a lot depends on what will happen to the summer transfer market, with the coronavirus pandemic potentially forcing leagues to finish their campaigns during those months.
The reason you’ve not read much about the transfer window potentially being pushed back is because football’s return date is still unknown. Matches cannot be played until it is deemed safe, which unfortunately looks like it could take time with the death toll increasing daily in the UK.
But, you will be glad to hear that Manchester United are the bookies’ favourites (9/4) to land the talented Borussia Dortmund winger when the transfer window reopens. If you fancy a flutter on this happening, it is worth visiting best real money gambling sites in Australia.
Jadon Sancho has been constantly linked with a move to Old Trafford over the past two years and the only reason I think we didn’t sign him last year was down to not being in the Champions League…
Due to the COVID-19 financial crisis that will have a huge effect on the transfer market, Sancho is going to be left with fewer options, and I don’t think anyone else in the apparent race to sign him will get a sniff if United are willing to break their transfer record.
Join United and become a true star for both club and country. Also – get one up on your former club, City, who he felt weren’t going to give him enough chances in the first team. Pep Guardiola lived to regret that.
Chelsea are second favourites (4/1) to land the England international.
Hasn’t Ajax attacker Hakim Ziyech agreed to join them in the summer? I don’t expect Roman Abramovich to return to his spending ways of old for an inexperienced manager. They’re already spending €40m (£33.3m) on the Morocco star – so, do you really think over £100m will go out on another player who will fill the same role?
The most likely destination for Sancho outside of his homeland is Barcelona (9/1), according to the bookies. La Liga’s champions are pretty stocked in that department and he’s guaranteed to play a bigger role at Old Trafford right now.
I think there’s a good chance Sancho will end up at United. We’d be acquiring another star to join Bruno Fernandes, and the future of Paul Pogba will suddenly feel less significant as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer drives us forward.