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Oct 26, 2020

Wayne Rooney Advices United To Forget About Jadon Sancho and concentrate on other Signings


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Wayne Rooney is not convinced Jadon Sancho is a signing Manchester United need to make and has instead encouraged his old club to put the £100million towards signing Harry Kane. The Red Devils have spent most of the summer trying to prise Sancho away from Borussia Dortmund but have been unable to agree a deal, with the winger now set to remain in Germany for the upcoming season. Far from being disappointed with the failure to land Sancho, Rooney feels United were pursuing the wrong target and says Tottenham forward Kane would be a better fit for the club’s existing attackers.


Wayne Rooney is not convinced Jadon Sancho is a signing Manchester United need to make and has instead encouraged his old club to put the £100million towards signing Harry Kane. The Red Devils have spent most of the summer trying to prise Sancho away from Borussia Dortmund but have been unable to agree a deal, with the winger now set to remain in Germany for the upcoming season. Far from being disappointed with the failure to land Sancho, Rooney feels United were pursuing the wrong target and says Tottenham forward Kane would be a better fit for the club’s existing attackers.


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‘There are not many who fit that profile and are of elite standard in football right now — yet the chances of United developing into a title-challenging team would be greater if they had such a player. ‘A Kane or Haaland or someone like Robert Lewandowski would give Rashford and Martial someone to play off and freedom to roam into different areas, pick the ball up and try to beat men — without the burden of always having to score. ‘I’ve played with both and believe that kind of freedom suits them best. Anthony has been at United for five years; we know his game by now — his strength is taking players on, running with the ball and getting a shot or cross off.


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