Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is debating whether or not to keep Jadon Sancho.
While playing for England on Saturday night, Jadon Sancho wowed the crowd.
After seeing Jadon Sancho shine for England against Andorra on Saturday night, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may have been dealt another another selection dilemma. His team has depth throughout the pitch, but he has an abundance of talent to choose from in the final third.
The winger joined United from Borussia Dortmund for £73 million in the summer, but he has struggled to acclimatize to life in the Premier League.
He has only started two league games this season and has made four substitute appearances, prompting doubts about why the 21-year-old is struggling to acclimatize and whether he is ready of leading the Red Devils to where they need to be.
Sancho seized the opportunity presented by the recent international break to gain some much-needed confidence.
However, the former Manchester City academy product played as a left-winger, suggesting that in a few weeks, Solskjaer may have to choose between him and Marcus Rashford.
Sancho produced four chances, made three successful dribbles, created three large chances, and had an 88 percent passing accuracy versus Andorra.
The summer signing’s ability to cut in from the left onto his preferred right foot created a plethora of opportunities for him, and he thrived by being able to produce centrally.
In the 5-0 victory, Sancho assisted Ben Chilwell’s goal in the 17th minute and also provided a tempting ball into the box for Tammy Abraham to poke home in the second half.
Back at United, Solskjaer has placed a lot of faith in Mason Greenwood on the right wing, and he hasn’t disappointed.
The 20-year-old has started every Premier League game this season, scoring three goals and earning praise for his pace, creativity, and ability to play with both feet.
Sancho might be competing with England teammate Rashford for a spot on the left wing shortly, based on Greenwood’s good form. Cristiano Ronaldo is an unquestionable inclusion up front, so Sancho could be battling it out with England colleague Rashford for a spot on the left wing soon.
Rashford has been out of action for the first few months of the new season due to surgery. “Brinkwire News Summary.”