Man United’s Jadon Sancho suffers an injury just days after making his full debut.

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Man United’s Jadon Sancho suffers an injury just days after making his full debut.

Over the weekend, Jadon Sancho made his entire Manchester United debut.

Jadon Sancho of Manchester United has suffered an injury just days after making his full debut for the club. On Wednesday, the 21-year-old suffered a minor injury while training with England.

In July, United finalized the £73 million transfer of Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.

Sancho and his teammates have returned to international action for the first time since losing the Euro 2020 final in a penalty shootout against Italy.

On Thursday, England will face Hungary in the first of three World Cup qualifiers, followed by Andorra on Sunday and Poland on Wednesday.

In a press conference ahead of Thursday’s match in Budapest, Gareth Southgate revealed Sancho’s injury.

“Jadon Sancho has a minor knock this morning, so we’re going to assess him. “Everyone else is in good shape for the game,” Southgate said.

Sancho began his first game for United against Wolves on Sunday, and he has appeared in all three of United’s Premier League games so far.

United won 1-0 at Molineux thanks to a late goal from Mason Greenwood, a 19-year-old forward who started the game up front.

Meanwhile, Southgate has pushed his team to build on their Euro 2016 victory in the next qualifiers as they prepare for next winter’s World Cup in Qatar.

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“I believe the semi-final was seen by around 25 million people. He added, “I don’t know the final numbers.”

“The country got behind the team in a way we haven’t seen in decades.

“In the autumn, when supporters return to club football, it’s a problem. It’s a two-pronged approach. We can only play and perform well. The important thing is that the players be engaged, pleased to represent their country, and ready to work.

“It is up to us to play well, win games, and interact with the fans.”

England’s manager has also stated that reaching the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup and the final of the Euros has given his team confidence.

“What we accomplished has given the team confidence,” he remarked. “Over the last four years and this summer, there has been improvement.

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