Ferguson Speaks For The First Time On Jadon Sancho’s Potential Move To The Old Trafford And Gives His Seal Of Approval.
Manchester United has been after the signature of Borrusia Dortmund’s forward, Jadon Sancho for quite a while.
It looked as though a deal Will be struck Last season but everything feel through after Manchester United couldn’t meet Borrusia Dortmund’s deadline for the Player.
Interest has intensified this term as United are said to be going all out for the Player’s signature.
Reports have it that personal terms and contracts have been agreed between United and the player but a move will depend on Manchester United being able to reach Dortmund’s evaluation of the Player.
Manchester United legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson has spoken on the transfer saga and he has only words of praise for the youngster.
He highlighted the Player’s qualities and also reteirated that the player Will be an asset to England as they seek to win their first Euros tournament.
Ferguson told German outlet Sportbild when speaking about the Euros: “I think a lot of Jadon Sancho, with his one-on-one duels, as an assister and scorer, he is extremely dangerous.
“He has so much potential, he helps the team,” said the legendary gaffer.
“That’s why he’ll be valuable to England over the course of the tournament.”
He’ll be hoping to get minutes under his belt as England take on Scotland in their second group game after being left out of the squad that defeated Croatia on Sunday.
Sancho has racked up 50 goals and 64 assists in 137 appearances for BVB, averaging a direct goal contribution almost every game.
£78m is the reported price this summer after negotiations snagged last year, and it seems Ferguson wouldn’t be against him plying hid trade at Old Trafford come the opening day against Leeds.