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He arrived to become a star, United paid 85 million for him and now nobody wants him

By Liam Styles

Manchester United has made some big signings that have failed to work out

Manchester United has made some big signings that have failed to work out

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Over the last few years, more than fans would like to accept, Manchester United has made some big signings. Signings that promise to help the team return to the top of the Premier League and become the team's next stars, but in the end end up disappointing the Red Devils' fans.


A long list of names has passed through Manchester United with the promise of becoming big stars, such as Radamel Falcao, Angel Di Maria, Memphis Depay, Anthony Martial and many others, for whom the Old Trafford board has paid millions of euros, because in their previous teams they proved to have great qualities, but for some reason when they arrive at United, they do not shine more.

That is why Erik ten Hag has tried to be more cautious when making signings, especially when talking about large amounts of money, although of course he has also spent large amounts, as just a year ago he signed Antony, from Ajax, for whom they paid 95 million euros, an amount that so far he has not been able to justify with his performances on the field, although he still has a place in the team to prove his value.

Who seems to have his hours counted at Old Trafford would be Jadon Sancho. The Red Devils left winger shone at Borussia Dortmund before being signed by Manchester United in exchange for 85 million euros in 2021, as everything seemed to indicate that he would become one of the most important figures of English football, but he has fallen far from that and now Manchester United would seriously consider giving him exit.


Who would be interested in Jadon Sancho?

Several days ago when it was announced that Sancho could be among the players that Erik ten Hag would be willing to let leave the club, it was mentioned that his former team Borussia Dortmund could try to return him to the club where he showed his best level. However, Mail Sport has reported that Dortmund have decided not to sign Sancho, who is valued at €45 million, when he was worth €130 million.

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