Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho has opened up on the Machester United players who are leading the dressing room. Sancho’s arrival from Borrusia Dortmund was up to a slow start but he has ow managed to overcome the pressure and integrate himself as a key member of the United team. He has since scored three goals and provided two assists for Manchester United.
Speaking to the club media Sancho said that he has always admired how Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and Raphael Varane carry themselves in the United dressing room. He termed them as serial winners who have the ability to change the mood of the dressing room even when they are losing. "You’ve got Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba, Raphael Varane… all these guys have won major trophies and just being in the changing room with them gives you a blessed feeling.” He said.
Sancho will be hoping to play against his former side Manchester City in the derby on Sunday as united tries to fight for a top-four finish. He further went ahead to add that he learns from them both on and off the pitch. “I’m here with a lot of great players and I’m learning from the best, I’m taking in all the information I can and trying to put it into my game," Sanch added
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