Sometimes it seemed like it was a case of when and not if Jadon Sancho made the transfer Manchester United last summer, but almost a year later, things have changed.

With United improving under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the club’s former striker trying to prioritize the development of talent like Mason Greenwood, a move for Sancho seems to have fallen behind, at least for now.

With our colleagues at the Manchester evening news Many clubs that may have given up hope of signing the English star are suddenly back in the game.

With Dortmund also inquiries for Erling Haaland then it won’t be easy to complete a move, but right now Sancho is a hot property.

Could he take any of those steps this summer?

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Sancho could team up with the likes of Alexander-Arnold and Gomez in Liverpool

An aging line of strikers in need of a boost and a club that needs excitement and the opportunity for a new campaign in which they will try to take on parts of the old.

Moving to Anfield seems to meet all of the criteria for Sancho.

Depending on what happens in the next few weeks, he may be joining a club that won’t play Champions League football for the next season, but will Liverpool will continue to start the new season and expect to be at least in the top four and be confident that they can face another serious title challenge again, provided they keep the players fit.

Sancho could be a big part of it, and if United didn’t take the plunge into his signature, would their rivals surely be happy to?


Sancho would certainly love to team up with exciting talents like Mason Mount

A self-known person Chelsea Fan as a child, as he said The telegraph In 2019, Sancho could see the Thomas Tuchel project at Stamford Bridge as perfect for his development as a player.

Tuchel left Dortmund in 2017, the same summer that Sancho arrived, and while the two have not yet worked together, they are sure to admire the work the other has done.

There are of course a lot of competitions for places at Chelsea who could be European champions if they announce a move for Sancho, but the Englishman would sit back and hold a spot on the team and play in the league Premier League.

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Tottenham Hotspur

Could Spurs be a scream in left field?

Could Spurs be a scream in left field?

Things are suggesting that this is a great summer of change for us Tottenhamand maybe even one in which Harry makes it clear to Kane that he sees his future elsewhere.

Empowered by the mega-million the striker would command and with Daniel Levy trying to show Spurs fans that the club is serious, maybe a signing like Sancho would be the move that would put everyone on the side?

Without Kane, there would be a vacancy in the race that could be viewed as Tottenham’s leading man, and of all of his realistic Premier League applicants, Spurs would surely be the club he would have guaranteed most of the season at.

Would that be enough to tempt him?

real Madrid

Moving to Real Madrid could make sense if the players leave the Bernabeu

Moving to Real Madrid could make sense if the players leave the Bernabeu

As we all know, finance is an issue for both of them Barcelona and real Madridbut out of two La Liga leading pairs, it appears Madrid that has the greater room to freshen things up if it can get a few players to leave.

Gareth Bale is one of those, of course, while there are also question marks about the injured Eden Hazard’s future and so are Sergio Ramos and Marcelo.

Keep moving all of these things and that’s a big change for some moves in the market and Sancho would certainly fit into the bill as an exciting, youthful addition.

Bayern Munich

A move to Bayern would be unlikely, but they have done it before

A move to Bayern would be unlikely, but they have done it before

Yes, they are incredibly well equipped in attacking positions, but there is nothing better than doing Bayern Munich than picking out the best and brightest talents in the Bundesliga.

Again, a player or two would have to go ahead, but would you really be that surprised if it happened?

Sancho will certainly come under pressure from Dortmund to move outside Germany if he should make the move this summer as expected, but would Bayern be too tempting to refuse?

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