He was the man every United fan wanted in the summer, and he looks destined to join the club’s exciting young front line at some point.
Sancho is undeniably a generational talent, and while the Red Devils were hesitant to pay Dortmund’s fee this summer, it seems this deal will repeat the pattern that saw Bruno Fernandes arrive at Old Trafford.
His skill and creativity would be a huge boost to Solskjaer in the final third, and he would provide the club another game-changer as they look to bridge the gap between themselves and Liverpool and Manchester City.
Solskjaer was desperate to sign the forward this summer, and while Woodward failed to do a deal first time around, getting it done now would send a strong message that they have faith in Norwegian long-term.
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