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BVB experience Jadon Sancho problems after transfer stand-off with Man United

Jadon Sancho was the name that did the rounds most during the transfer window, as far as Manchester United were concerned in the summer months.

Unfortunately, United were unable to find an agreement with Borussia Dortmund, but The Daily Mail recently suggested that the Premier League giants wouldn’t meet their £109m asking price.

Some will expect United to make another move next summer, although recent financial results may help explain why the board didn’t give into Dortmund’s demands.

On another note, it might not be a bad thing that United held a firm stance on the England star.

German publication Bild have tore into Sancho have claiming that his form his way off this season, even suggesting that his head doesn’t appear to be 100% in Dortmund because he’s discipline issues are apparently affecting the team.

It’s not suggesting that Sancho has gone completely AWOL but this is to be expected when you keep footballers against their will.

Hopefully next summer Dortmund get a taste of their own medicine and are forced to sell him for a lower fee — so long as he is headed towards Old Trafford.

However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might want to double check disciplinary issues. It’s not the first time manager Lucien Favre has had problems with his winger.

Sancho was hit with a €100,000 fine by Dortmund last year after turning up late for training after being on international duty with England (via AS).

Do you think United will go back in for Sancho next year?

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13 responses to “BVB experience Jadon Sancho problems after transfer stand-off with Man United”

  1. trevor martin says:

    We dont need him hes not that good besides we just signed two great talents better than him bvb is out to make money they deserve whats happepening to them.we need get rid of more dead wood then what us next year well have a great young team

  2. Kadir Muhaideen says:

    I think Man United will indeed be interested in bringing Jadon Sancho to the club next summer or sooner if Dortmund wants to sell. With finances taking a big hit, Dortmund would be wise to sell him if Man United offers £85m to £90m.

    If Dortmund does not want to come down from their high horse then the impasse will continue till 2022, when he becomes a free agent and he will have pick of top clubs to choose from.

  3. Gary says:

    we dont need him i agree with trevor as by that time we will have a lot of talent ready to take on the world with Man Utd. I am sorry Kadir but even at 85 – 90m we will never go back the train has passed.

  4. Ernie Naidoo says:

    Yep Sancho is not the only player that fits United plans. When Alex Ferguson ran the club, no player was bigger than the game. I feel Sancho is over rated.

  5. Delexe says:

    We no longer need him

  6. Festus says:

    Honestly he doesn’t worth his price tag he is just an over hype player who has only put up a great performance for one season

    • Samueldone says:

      I think United doesn’t need the service of Sancho bcs we have many talented player on ground now with like of green Wood and other we don’t need to waste our finnancial capital the worse things is too over rated

      • Barrie Scarboro says:

        How can you ignore the fact that Greenwood is a central striker by nature and not a right winger.
        We do not yet know how the “talented players” are going to perform. Sancho is a top class player in his position

  7. Paul says:

    We don’t need him anymore amad traore is coming in January and we have Facundo pellistri we also have shola shotire from the junior team just one to two years all this talents will us make us great again

  8. Benjamin Peter says:

    We dont need sancho…he is overratted

  9. Israel lebani says:

    Man u doesn’t need sancho even before.
    I really think the boy have a discipline issue.
    He is not better Greenwood even James, he performed good for his team last season
    of course but forgot that German league is not that strong as UK.

  10. Jeffrey says:

    Well said mates. Sancho and company are gold diggers. We`re tired of players think that they extored united, come here and don`t perform instead causing problems in the dressing room with their high salaries compared to the real faithful united heros.
    Let him go. United is a brand to recon with, not an expensive dumping site.
    No to Sancho

  11. Paul wright says:

    I agree with most comments. No to Sancho.Get rid of pogba as he isn’t utd .we have so much talent in the club I’m sure the youths coming through will b like sir Alex’s days for ole.( he’s in the bk helping ogs I’m sure).man utd to shine this season.GGMU.