As per the reports, Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag is unhappy with Jadon Sancho and asking for more commitment. Recently Man united boss had a conversation with the player and expressed his opinion on him.
Erik Ten Hag is Unhappy with Jadon Sancho
Sancho started the season very well. He has scored 2 goals in the first 5 league appearances including one against Liverpool. However things have not gone as per the plans for the talented winger. He missed too many games with a vaguely reported illness.
Not Featured in World Cup Squad
The Englishmen has not been called up for the FIFA World Cup because of his illness. Now he has two months to recover and be at his best.
When Sancho wasn’t called up for the world cup squad, Man United ex-defender Paul Parker called him “The worst buy ever“.
“If you look at the money Man United paid for him, I would say that he could end up being the worst buy ever in Manchester United’s history. To be honest I’ve never really understood why Man United paid so much money for Jadon Sancho.“
“He has a lot of issues because he is never attacking fullbacks, he is passing backwards and is not really challenging his direct opponent. The way you play in Germany is completely different to the Premier League and it seems like he’ll never be able to adapt well enough to be a key player for Man United.”
Ten Hag want more commitment from Sancho
The Red devil’s boss wants to see more commitment from Sancho and the Englishmen is working to impress Ten Hag. He was seen in Holland last week to work with coaches recommended by the United boss. He could be used in a more central position if the Red Devils fail to find a replacement for Cristiano in the January Transfer.
Speaking back in September, Ten Hag made a statement about Sancho:
“He’s doing well, but I think there’s much more room for improvement for him because he has so many skills. We know, after this break, every three days there will be a game.”
The Man United star still have time and if he recovers, he could be a key player in the second half of the campaign for Ten Hag.
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