Breaking news.. Ten Hag Finally makes a key decision on Postecoglu interest in signing Jadon Sancho

That is according to a report from the Daily Star, who claim that Spurs are interested in bringing Sancho to North London.
It’s claimed that ‘rival clubs’ are looking at Sancho’s situation with Euro 2024 around the corner.

Sancho isn’t in the England squad to face Malta and North Macedonia and looks like a long shot for Euro 2024 as things stand.

The 23-year-old really needs to kick on next season and Tottenham are ‘definitely interested’ in offering Sancho a route out of Old Trafford.
Spurs have liked Sancho for years now and, according to The Mirror, tried to land him from Manchester City as part of Kyle Walker’s 2017 move to the Etihad Stadium.
Six years on, Spurs are now keen again.

£50million is the figure Tottenham have in mind as they seek to sign Sancho, but United would allegedly want more like £60million.

That would still be a loss for the Red Devils, who paid around £73million to sign Sancho from Borussia Dortmund in 2021.
Manchester United can’t wait forever with Jadon Sancho
United fans waited so long to see Sancho arrive and there were understandably huge expectations.

The former Manchester City youngster had been simply ridiculous for Dortmund, racking up 38 goals and 51 assists in 104 Bundesliga games.

United finally got Sancho in and fans were expecting to see a game-changing winger – and it just hasn’t happened.
Sancho has turned out 55 times in the Premier League, registering just nine goals and six assists.
There have been flashes of quality from Sancho, but we are sadly more used to being underwhelmed by him than dazzled.

There is clearly talent in Sancho, and we are sympathetic to him going away to work on physical and mental issues this season.

Sadly though, United can’t wait forever for this to click and Sancho was fairly ineffectual in the FA Cup final against Manchester City.

Alejandro Garnacho is already having more of an impact at United and if Tottenham really do put money on the table






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