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Man Utd chief Ed Woodward urged to snub Jadon Sancho transfer plan

Jadon Sancho who scored 20 goals and provided 17 assists for the Three Lions star still has an unclear future with Manchester United.

Meanwhile, former assistant manager Rene Meulensteen has advised United chief Ed Woodward to switch his focus off from the £100million valued star.

The Express recently reported that The Red devils executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is working on a way to bring Jadon Sancho to United this summer.

However The Sun newspaper have disclosed that Sancho wants to complete a move to Old Trafford and Solskjaer wants the Three Lions star to have an all English attack with Rashford and Greenwood.

Meanwhile, Ole is planning to field his starting XI if he does end up buying Sancho. 

Greenwood has performed so excellent for United while playing on the right flank and Sancho is a natural right winger.

Rashford remains unchanged on the left flank, but report from The Faithful suggest that the Dortmund star would replace Greenwood in the starting lineup if he joins United.

Manchester United would largely improve by signing Sancho, who was brilliant for BvB in the recently concluded campaign.

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