“Would consider it” – talkSPORT man says Man Utd would listen to right offer for £350k-p/w star 

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According to talkSPORT reporter Alex Crook for GIVEMESPORT, Manchester United ‘would consider’ allowing Jadon Sancho to leave the team for the appropriate fee.

At Old Trafford, the 23-year-old has displayed glimmers of his potential, but he hasn’t yet lived up to his price tag.

News on Jadon Sancho at Manchester United

Sancho, who makes £350,000 a week at United, joined the Manchester club from German club Borussia Dortmund for a reported £73 million, according to The Guardian.

It’s never easy for a player to sign for such a high price, and Sancho has found it difficult since coming back to England.

The England international won’t be satisfied with his overall lack of performance when given the chance to make an impression at Old Trafford because he isn’t a lock to start there.

According to Transfermarkt, Sancho has made 70 appearances since joining United and has scored 10 goals while only contributing five assists.

Journalist Ryan Taylor of the Daily Express recently told GIVEMESPORT that Sancho would have been better off joining United’s rivals Liverpool rather than failing to fit in at United.

What did Crook say regarding Sancho?

According to Crook, if United got a bid that was comparable to the price they spent for Sancho, they might think about letting him leave the team.

He has noted that it will be challenging to find a team prepared to pay the transfer cost, given his inconsistent play since joining the Red Devils.

Who’s going to foot the bill to take him? he asked GIVEMESPORT. Since it hasn’t worked out for him, they would consider accepting a decent offer that was even close to what they paid.

What kind of season has Sancho had?

Sancho had started just 15 Premier League games this season, scoring four goals and dishing out two assists, according to FBref, before their trip to Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday.

The England international was ranked 16th in the United team in England’s first division with an average Sofascore rating of 6.78.

Sancho might not receive as much media attention if the price tag weren’t so high, but he must endure the scrutiny that comes with playing for a team the size of United and paying a hefty sum.

It will now be crucial to find the ideal leader for this group, or it may already be time for him to go on.

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