Dortmund chief shocked by Sancho’s bench role at Man United

Hans Joachim Watzke has been fuming and greatly concerned about Sancho’s situation at Manchester United, he claims it ‘hurts his soul’ to see former star player of his club rotting on Manchester United’s bench.

A player with such quality shouldn’t be subjected to the bench, He claims Sancho is so good that he brings people to TEARS.

Jadon Sancho is regarded as one of the hottest properties in world football. The 21-year-old English winger completed a protracted £73 million switch from Dortmund to Old Trafford in the last transfer window.

He’s been on Manchester United’s wish list for over two years but the German club BVB halted the England international from making the move last season amidst strong indications that the deal was about to be completed.

The move was finalized this summer but Sancho has been finding it difficult to create an impression for United this season. His form under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been below par, failing to score a single goal or assist in seven Premier League appearances.

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The England international has not featured for Manchester United in their last two Premier League games. Fans are greatly concerned about his slow start to life in English football.

Some are positive that he’d come good soon. Meanwhile, Manchester United have gone through a sticky patch of three defeats in their last four outings.

The expectation of the United faithful and observers is to see Sancho replicate his Dortmund form in the red shirt.

Manchester United would continue their UEFA champions league campaign on Wednesday 29th against the Yellow Submarines from Spain. It can be recalled that Villarreal dealt with United last season in the Europa final through penalty shootouts.

Manchester United’s first game in Group F against Young Boys in Switzerland surprisingly ended in defeat as they lost 2-1 in their first Champions League opener to the Swiss side. They have no choice but to bounce back against the Spanish outfit at Old Trafford.