Real Madrid needs to see Jadon Sancho join their arsenal of players attacking. Manchester United was firmly connected to the Borussia Dortmund and England winger who scored 17 goals from the Bundesliga and delivered 17 goals this season.
Chelsea was also connected to the 20-year-old, who was valued at £100 m yet, according to the Spanish newspaper AS, Real Madrid ‘s plan depends on different clubs choosing not to spend colossal cash on him.
Real is probably not going to have the assets available this summer and after being devastated by the coronavirus pandemic an extra year would enable them to gather reserves.
At present, manager Zinedine Zidane has Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema, Eden Hazard, Asensio, Rodrygo, Vinicius Jr, and Luka Jovic at his disposal, to name a couple, however, Sancho is on the radar as the Real attack is probably going to overhaul.
Sancho scored his first hat-stunt in quite a while career in Dortmund ‘s 6-1 win over Paderborn toward the end of the week when all eyes were by and by on the Bundesliga as the main professional league in real life. Just Cristiano Ronaldo, Eden Hazard, Lionel Messi, and Luis Suarez managed to record in excess of fifteen goals and assists in a solitary season and Bundesliga commentator Kevin Hatchard told talkSPORT. Dortmund’s side is wanting to keep Sancho for another season having finally created a team capable of challenging Bayern Munich for the title.
It appears they won’t sell except if they meet their £100m-in addition to valuation IN FULL with the German media proposing the club is happy to take their time.
“Ideally, they might want to hold Jadon Sancho for another season and have a decent time winning the title next season, and they feel that maybe COVID-19 ‘s impact would assist them with doing that. I think if Manchester United requirements him, and they do, they should match the Dortmund value this summer. He’s one of the world’s best youthful players and Dortmund is in no race to sell him. Manchester United has a great deal to do to make its push,” he added.