Well, Jadon Sancho is arguably one of the best wingers in the world. The 21 years old is known for his pace, dribbling, skill moves and finishing. However, he has struggled to impress at Manchester United since he joined last summer but is slowly catching up the momentum after he scored two consecutive times last week.
Jadon Sancho revealed during an interview at Talksport who were his childhood idols. Well, it might surprise many football fans that the current Manchester United winger grew up supporting Chelsea. During the interview, Jadon Sancho named two Chelsea stars who were his football idols at a younger age. According to the England international, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba were his football idols.
Jadon Sancho told Talksport;
"I was a Chelsea fan growing up, I can't lie. Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba were my favorite players at that time. They were my football idols.
I just love Frank Lampard and how he played his game - he was so direct and so composed on the ball. I like things like that."
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