Jadon Sancho is keen to head to Manchester United this summer. The Borussia Dortmund winger has been on United’s radar since last summer. Liverpool, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Barcelona are also eyeing the England international.
However, according to the Mirror, Sancho is keen to head to Old Trafford.
They say the 20-year-old is keen to play under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in his young, British side.
Sancho also knows he can fill the void on the right wing at Old Trafford.
The Mirror add that Sancho is also keen to join his England team-mates Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire, who he has grown close to since becoming part of the first-team set up.
The Premier League season is currently suspended until April 30 at the earliest due to the coronavirus pandemic.
United’s stars are currently training at home after the Red Devils closed their Carrington training complex.
Players will likely return to training next month.
And United boss Solskjaer and women’s manager Casey Stoney have urged fans to isolate and follow Government instructions.
In a joint message, the duo said: “Firstly, on behalf of everyone at Manchester United, our thoughts are with anyone who has been directly affected by this virus and everyone dealing with the impact of it.
“All our gratitude goes to the healthcare staff working on the frontline of the NHS here in the UK and in hospitals around the world at this particularly difficult time.
“We are all having to adjust – fans, players, coaches – to a new way of living, without our fix of football, although we all agree that everyone’s health and wellbeing at this time is much more important.
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“These are unprecedented times and we now need to all come together to combat this global pandemic. It is important for everyone to follow government guidelines to help control the spread of COVID-19, wherever you are in the world.
“That’s what we’re doing at Manchester United, with all our players now training at home, following individual programmes and using technology to stay in touch with our medical, fitness and coaching staff.
“For everyone’s wellbeing, we all need to change our behaviour and look at new ways of communicating. We are lucky that many of us have access to technology that enables us to video call people so we can still see our friends and family without being face to face.
“By making these changes, or simply making sure we call and not visit or meet in person, we can all help save lives.
“We’re all looking forward to the football season resuming when it is safe to do so. Until then, we need to be united in looking after ourselves, our families and supporting our local communities. Stay safe, stay home and we hope to see you all soon.”
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