Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is reportedly eager for the club to bring Jadon Sancho back from Borussia Dortmund.
According to Don Balon, Sancho is emerging as one of Guardiola’s top targets, with the report also noting how Manchester United have tracked the England international in recent times.
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City could do with making some changes up front after the blow of losing Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich in the summer, with Sancho one of the most exciting young attacking players in world football.
The 20-year-old could undoubtedly strengthen City, who will be understandably determined to bring back the player they lost when he was a teenager.
Sancho left City to play more regularly at Dortmund – a move that proved a smart one to get his career off the ground as he’s set the Bundesliga alight.
It would no doubt be an embarrassment for City to see Sancho ending up at their arch rivals United, though some might argue that the Red Devils need him more.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to struggle to get Man Utd back to their best, and Sancho would be an important upgrade on flops like Jesse Lingard and Daniel James.
We desperately Need Jordan Sancho to revive our attack and Laurtaro Martinez to compete for Champions league. The departure of Sane has left us thin on the wings and recurring injuries to our two top strikers is making our lives difficult beacuse we are playing false number nine now. But priority should be Sancho he has developed into a world class player, i tip him to win Ballon Dor one day. We can only be proud that he is our product.