Former Manchester United hit Player, Gary Neville was on an interview recently with Sky Sports where he made mention of the only winger to make Manchester United attain and achieve more in future matches.
According to reports, Ismaila Sarr has been on the prying eyes of Borussia Dortmund FC. As Manchester United makes unclear move regarding Sancho over the amount placed on him, Neville suggests that Sarr would be the right person to be signed too. He's quoted as saying, "Manchester United need a right Winger. He's a big, big talent, honestly he really is."
A quick review of Sarr's performances in Premier League this season would hold that he has a record of five goals with five assits. His contract woult end at Vicarage Road in 2024. Neville said his performances in their team's last match against West Ham made him declare that he'd be the best for United.
Talking about his performances and skills, Neville said:
"I always think, particularly as a wide player, what would I have not wanted to have played against? The first thing is pace. And then you’ve got to think about, can he use his pace? Well yes he can, because he makes really good quality runs..."
Legend Neville added that, "And then you think, well has he got quality on the ball? Could you just left him have it? Sometimes you’ve got quick players, let him have the ball."
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