Jadon Sancho has been linked with a move away from Manchester United in recent weeks, with Juventus hopeful of signing him.
Jadon Sancho has had a fallout with Erik ten Hag, and he is expected to leave Manchester United soon. A report from Fichajes has claimed that Juventus are now confident of signing the Manchester United flop during the January transfer window.
The Serie A giants need more cutting edge in the final third, and the 23-year-old has emerged as a viable target. He is hungry for game time, and Juventus will be able to provide him with the platform he needs right now.
Sancho will want to prove himself at the highest level, and the opportunity to join one of the biggest clubs in Italy could be an attractive option for him. The pedestrian pace of Italian football could suit him and help him return to his best once again.
Sancho was regarded as a world-class prospect during his time at Borussia Dortmund, and the transfer to Manchester United has clearly not worked out for either party. Manchester United could be open to selling the player in January if the right offer is presented. It will be interesting to see if the two clubs can secure an agreement soon.
Juventus will probably be hoping to sign him for a knockdown price, and the Serie A club are known for their tendency to hunt for bargains. Sancho could be a key player for them if he manages to regain his form and confidence.
The England international will want to cement his place in the starting lineup for his country ahead of the European Championships and he needs to play regularly at the club level. The move to Juventus could be ideal for him right now. Meanwhile, the player has been linked with a return to his former club Borussia Dortmund as well. It will be interesting to see where he ends up eventually.
Manchester United paid £73 million for him, and they are unlikely to recoup most of that from his exit. They should look to cut their losses and invest the proceeds from the sale in someone who can make a defining impact during the second half of the campaign.