Manchester United signed Jadon Sancho from Borrusia Dortmund in the 2021 summer. The star however has been struggling to gain form since when he joined the red devils.
The interim manager, Ralf Rangnick has explained why the star has not connected yet with the English side. He has only scored two goals in twenty three appearances. He recently had shown an improvement but his recent display has raised eyebrows again.
" It's a different league, different competition, more physical. He is playing for one of the biggest clubs in the world," said Rangnick who replaced Ole Gunnar solskjaer.
Sancho was signed for £73 and fans have had more expectations than what he has displayed. He however has failed to display the same performance at old Trafford.
"In training sessions, he is training at a high level and now it has s about letting that transfer on the pitch in the league competitions, the FA cup and the champions League but he can do that," explained Rangnick.
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