Jadon Sancho could be the perfect match at Manchester United this summer time, in line with the England worldwide’s former youth coach.
United are nonetheless prioritising a transfer for Sancho earlier than the summer time switch deadline in two weeks although Borussia Dortmund stay adamant he will not be leaving.
United are ready to speculate a British file payment for the 20-year-old winger, however don’t have any intention of assembly Borussia Dortmund’s present €120million valuation with an up-front payment.
With solely a fortnight remaining of the window a compromise will should be reached someplace if Sancho is to seal a Premier League return, and now United have been reminded of why a switch makes a lot sense.
Louis Lancaster labored carefully with Sancho when he was a teen within the Watford academy and continues to be in touch with each the participant and his household.
The 38-year-old coach has no doubts in regards to the skill of his most well-known pupil and believes a transfer to Outdated Trafford earlier than switch deadline day could be the following logical step in his profession.
“If Jadon was to go to Manchester United I feel it might be an ideal transfer for him,” Lancaster, who’s at present an assistant at Utah Royals, instructed MEN Sport. “He could be going to play for a supervisor that has belief, if you happen to have a look at some managers they do not belief that expertise.
“Jadon will in all probability go to Manchester United however it would even be nice for the Premier League, and it might be nice for him as a result of the membership are structurally arrange for achievement. You do not wish to go someplace they don’t seem to be arrange for that. The membership have gotten an incredible quantity of historical past, they have an ideal teaching workers and they have gamers who will belief him.”
Whereas United’s taking part in model is one which appears to be like like it would swimsuit the England worldwide completely, his former coach additionally believes the winger has the perfect character to deal with the pressures of the Outdated Trafford dressing room.
He added: “I feel along with his character he’ll simply slot in with (Paul) Pogba, (Bruno) Fernandes, he’ll simply slot in like a duck to water. If he goes there they don’t seem to be simply getting an ideal footballer however they’re getting a mature 20-year-old. When you have a look at others his age he’s extremely mature. For him to depart a rustic at such a younger age, and going to Germany has made him a greater individual. If he goes to Manchester United they’re getting a mature and impartial 20-year-old.”