Lothar Matthaus has reacted to the current lack of Playing Time being experienced by Jadon Sancho in the currently ongoing Euro 2020 tournament. He teased that the young winger should be granted permission to apply for Germany passport in order to play for Germany if he is not being recognized by England as a talented player.
The Bundesliga talented winger is one of the most pivotal players at Borussia Dortmund alongside the likes of Erling Haaland and others. His contributions to the team's performances last season can't be overlooked.
What has now been surprising many fans is how the England National Team manager, Gareth Southgate has failed to start him in their matches played so far in the Euro 2020.
He was used only as a substitute in their last match against Czech Republic in the late minutes. He is perceived being ridiculed by the Three Lions boss despite his talents.
However, a German football personality, Lothar Matthaus has teased England that the Dortmund winger should be granted a Germany passport as he expressed his dissatisfaction with his current situation at the England's Three Lions team squad. He is perceived as a talent currently being wasted and not appreciated by the English National Team.
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