Woodward about to make a monumental mistake that could cause Man Utd to back off – opinion

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Borussia Dortmund starlet Jadon Sancho has been on the Manchester United radar for what feels like forever.

The English international has been linked to a money transfer to Old Trafford for several months now, amid suggestions that he may finally be ready for a return to English football after a few years in Germany.

People like Chelsea and Liverpool would also monitor the situation, but recent reports have claimed that United was the one in pole position.

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However, a new update from the Daily Express said that the current situation in the world right now makes it “wacky” that United could spend £ 120 million on Sancho.

As such, it is suggested that the Manchester team could activate their buyout clauses on Memphis Depay or Wilfried Zaha.

While the reasons for such a position are understandable, it could turn into a huge mistake by Ed Woodward. Make no mistake, if United have doubts about the signing of Sancho, then the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool will no doubt be ready to blow them out of the water and beat them with their fists.

If Sancho is really the priority for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this summer, then there really shouldn’t be a second choice under any circumstances.

Getting the Dortmund starlet would mean that United would have a winger for the next decade or so in their first team – Depay and Zaha, on the other hand, would come with a question mark as they initially failed to achieve grade at Old Trafford .

Would Sancho be good value for money at £ 100 million and more?

Yes

Yes

No

No

The arrival of Sancho would be a declaration of intent that Solskjaer’s team is fighting for the best and the best recruits in world football. Opting for cheaper alternatives would completely undermine that and make United go back for years. Re-signing a flop would make them a laughing stock, and another sign that they are not part of the elite.

Meanwhile, Man Utd would make a declaration of intent with a move for this Serie A ace.



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