Jadon Sancho Hints At Manchester United Transfer By Liking Tweet
By Mike Parrott
Jadon Sancho has hinted at his rumoured return to England by liking a tweet saying his head is already at Manchester United. The Red Devils are very confident of signing Sancho with Chelsea pulling out of the race a few months ago.
Manchester United are ready to buy their yearly marquee signing. With Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes sharing that role last year, United are ready to spend a lot of money on another Englishman, only this time it's Jadon Sancho.
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More rumours are picking up! What do you think about Sancho to United?@Sanchooo10 x @blanc0b0urne
- MUFCComps (@MUFCComps) June 21, 2020
Sancho, who is currently at Borussia Dortmund, has been linked with a return back to England ever since he originally left with United reportedly being in the driving seat for over a year. David Ornstein, then of the BBC, said that Sancho had rejected United last summer due to the questionable outlook around United's future.
He seems to have changed his mind however, with Sancho inching closer to a move back to Manchester, but to the red side this time.
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The former Manchester City player seems to have 'accidentally' liked a tweet saying that his head is already at Manchester United. Sancho was left out of the Dortmund starting XI against RB Leipzig, prompting questions regarding his short-term future.
I have tailored tweet notifications on @utdreport and.... pic.twitter.com/Dk4yROSIlo
- Elliott (@URelliott) June 20, 2020
Dortmund sporting director, Michael Zorc told Sport1:
"We have had many injuries in the past few weeks and have not been able to rotate like other teams... Jadon is completely tired and told the coach before the game that he had no energy to play 90 minutes. You saw that in the game."
It seems to be only a matter of time before Sancho finds himself at Manchester United, and you'd assume he will be taking that vacant No 7 shirt ready for next season.