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Man Utd should sign Sancho & give him No.7’

Manchester United will get Jadon Sancho and give him their No.7 pullover, says Rio Ferdinand, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer encouraging Kalidou Koulibaly and Saul Niguez to proceed onward as well.

Developments are planned at Old Trafford’s next transfer window, with the Red Devils having cash to contribute.

Man Utd should sign Sancho & give him No.7’
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When asked who he might want to get in: “Sancho, Koulibaly and Saul Niguez,” previous United defender Ferdinand revealed to Radio 5 Live’s 606 Savage Social podcast.

Ferdinand added: “Truly, I ‘d give Sancho No 7, he’s this character type. He ‘s got an arrogance about him, they ‘d embrace that on a football pitch, that’s what you want. So indeed, I would offer it to him and set that on the right track pressure on his shoulders!”

For United to convey on Ferdinand ‘s advice it will take a gigantic spending binge.

Captain Aston Villa Jack Grealish and playmaker Leicester James Maddison have been connected with moves to Manchester for quite a while, while Tottenham striker Harry Kane saw a surface of speculation on a potential transfer of £ 200 million.

Be that as it may, Ferdinand recommends that the main addition the Red Devils are searching for will be the England international winger Sancho.

At Borussia Dortmund, the 20-year-old forward has shone in Germany and is viewed as ready for the chance of standing in the strides of Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, and Eric Cantona at the Theater of Dreams.

The proposal has been that it will take up to £ 100 m ($123 m) to prize Dortmund’s Sancho.

Napoli ‘s focus half Koulibaly already has a solid sticker price on his shoulders, with Liverpool promising to be in the international Senegal blend, while Atletico Madrid has no expectation of leaving Spain ‘s international midfielder Saul.

Major deals will test the purpose of those wanting to maintain pined for asset administrations, with it being up to the Red Devils board to choose how serious they want to be while the market is reviving.