With the impressive Sunderland loanee Amad Diallo returning to the club next season alongside Rashford, Antony and Garnacho, it appears as though Sancho is in serious dangerous of slipping even further down the pecking order for game time on either wing.
A loan move could be an option that would suit both parties, helping Sancho restore some much-needed confidence and United to properly evaluate whether it is time to sell their once-prized asset.
Potter & Lampard managing Chelsea this season is same as Rangnick managed Man Utd last season. How did Chelsea signed players since the takeover? By looking at players linked to other teams & offer higher transfer fees & wages to sign those players. They don't care if the players signed will be suitable to the team or not.
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