Jadon Sancho backed to fit in seamlessly with Manchester United according to the former youth team coach
‘He just fits like a duck in the water’: Jadon Sancho would seamlessly join Manchester United alongside Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba if £ 100 million came, according to his former youth team coach.
- Jadon Sancho was the subject of Manchester United’s interest this summer
- However, the Old Trafford team has failed to earn Borussia Dortmund’s rating
- His former youth team coach has backed him to be a huge hit when he joins United
Jadon Sancho ‘fits like a duck in the water’ next to people like Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes, according to his former youth coach.
Louis Lancaster oversaw the England international’s development while at Watford, before seeing him move to Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund.
United appear to be in dire need of reinforcement after a chilling start to their Premier League campaign, when they were soundly beaten by Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.
However, the forces present at Old Trafford have so far refused to meet the £ 100m asking price set by the Bundesliga outfit.
Jadon Sancho will seamlessly join Manchester United according to his former youth coach
Following the 20-year-old’s career since leaving Herfordshire, Lancaster believed Sancho could give United the shock they needed to kick-start their campaign.
“If Jadon went to Manchester United, I think it would be a great move for him,” Lancaster said Manchester Evening News.
‘He was going to play for a manager who has confidence, if you look at some managers they don’t trust that talent.
Jadon will probably go to Manchester United, but it will also be great for the Premier League and it would be great for him as the club is structurally set up for success.
Louis Lancaster has supported Sancho to partner with Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes
The club has a lot of history, they have a great technical staff and they have players who will trust him.
‘I think his personality will just fit Pogba, Fernandes, he’ll just fit like a duck in water.
“When he goes there, they get not only a great footballer, but a grown 20-year-old.”
Sancho returned to action with Borussia Dortmund over the weekend, securing the third and final goal in the 3-0 win over Borussia Monchengladbach in the league.