Man United - Jadon Sancho

GovanFront4

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Pretty well known Man United are interested in Jadon Sancho but it's now being reported that they won't be willing to pay more than £50m for him.

There seems to be absolutely no rhyme nor reason to their transfer dealings. Find £80m for Maguire but not willing to pay the fee required for Haaland or Sancho.
 

tango

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They are probably trying take advantage of the current situation and chancing their arm. Or maybe I'm giving them too much credit.

They'll probably end up buying him for £150m on deadline day whenever that ends up :)
 

GovanFront4

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Back a few years ago you could understand them trying to pay a little less as players could have their head turned - that isn't going to happen now. Man United are now on the second tier of clubs when it comes to attracting players.
 

a_weir

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Pretty well known Man United are interested in Jadon Sancho but it's now being reported that they won't be willing to pay more than £50m for him.

There seems to be absolutely no rhyme nor reason to their transfer dealings. Find £80m for Maguire but not willing to pay the fee required for Haaland or Sancho.
To be fair player values will have gone down since COVID. The bosman market is flooded with players just now which will have an effect up the chain on transfers.
 

Wazza

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Still not sure he’s rated as a must have by many Clubs in all honesty. Lot of pressure on Werner for starters and he’s far more proven than Sancho and didn’t go for a insane sum. Any top Scout will know he hasn’t been up to scratch in the major matches he has played in so far.
 

GovanFront4

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Why would United tell Sky what their transfer budget was? We would dismiss this if it was us as well.
Probably mate, but Man United being poor in the transfer market isn't exactly new. They failed with Haaland after trying to haggle over a few million so I don't think it's much of a stretch to believe it.
 

CR5

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I'd like to see Rashford and Martial playing behind a more traditional number 9.

Someone like Cavani infront of those two would be very interesting.

They need a new manager before anything else though, Ole is an upmarket Murty
 

Shawlands_Bear

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Pretty well known Man United are interested in Jadon Sancho but it's now being reported that they won't be willing to pay more than £50m for him.

There seems to be absolutely no rhyme nor reason to their transfer dealings. Find £80m for Maguire but not willing to pay the fee required for Haaland or Sancho.
A player 34 goals and 43 assists in 94 games by the age of 20?

Dortmund shouldn't entertain any offers under £100m.

He's putting up better numbers than Messi and Ronaldo at this stage in his career.
 

Shawlands_Bear

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Messi had scored 50 goals by the time he was 20. Mbappe done it at 19.

Ridiculous numbers:))
M'Bappe certainly.

Messi turned 20 in June 2007; at the end of the 06/07 season he'd scored 26 goals (for Barcelona anyway). Although he had Ronaldinho, Eto'o and Messi in front of him at the time though.
 

GovanFront4

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I'd like to see Rashford and Martial playing behind a more traditional number 9.

Someone like Cavani infront of those two would be very interesting.

They need a new manager before anything else though, Ole is an upmarket Murty
You get that feeling that for as long as Ole is there then they will always be hit and miss. With some of the players coming through and the right recruitment they could be very exciting.
 

CR5

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They've played slightly better but still are miles off the Liverpool & City and with the business Chelsea are doing this summer they could fall behind them also.
Chelsea will finish above City next season.

Possibility they'll win the league if Liverpool start to show signs of stagnation
 

Follow Follow All the Way

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I understand they don't want to break the bank on megastars as it has failed in recent years but Sancho should be the one that they do go all in for.

He is young, English and pacey so ticks all the boxes of what United are targeting as players now. He'll easily be a £100m player if he already isn't.
 

ICA_86

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Pretty well known Man United are interested in Jadon Sancho but it's now being reported that they won't be willing to pay more than £50m for him.

There seems to be absolutely no rhyme nor reason to their transfer dealings. Find £80m for Maguire but not willing to pay the fee required for Haaland or Sancho.
Won’t be getting him then - bit of a non-story that.
 

Johansen

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Chelsea will finish above City next season.

Possibility they'll win the league if Liverpool start to show signs of stagnation
City won't exactly be quiet in the transfer market, Guardiola will have his targets. As for Liverpool stagnating not a chance of that, Klopp will also be looking to add to his squad. Both clubs will be the top two again.
 

supersonic

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Pretty well known Man United are interested in Jadon Sancho but it's now being reported that they won't be willing to pay more than £50m for him.

There seems to be absolutely no rhyme nor reason to their transfer dealings. Find £80m for Maguire but not willing to pay the fee required for Haaland or Sancho.
Or their budget effected slightly by covid? In normal circumstances they would pay the 100m. FWIW I think they are building an excellent young and talented side.
 

NotOffside

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Still not sure he’s rated as a must have by many Clubs in all honesty. Lot of pressure on Werner for starters and he’s far more proven than Sancho and didn’t go for a insane sum. Any top Scout will know he hasn’t been up to scratch in the major matches he has played in so far.
Go home, you're drunk.

The shite some people spout here is insane at times.
 

Jelle1880

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He'd have more chance of silverware and a big transfer at Dortmund than at ManU these days. He'd be crazy to go unless it's for the paycheck.
 

Wazza

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Because like all players, and especially young players, he can have the odd poor game? He also was clearly not match for I'm that game to start with.

Clueless.
Probably best to type a sentence that makes sense first. Struggled against Atletico and PSG as well and has against the better Bundesliga defences (aren't many either). Apologies for having an opinion based on watching him in most of his matches. Another season there be best for him and I think the Clubs interested in him want to see that as well.
 
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