Should Borussia Dortmund give Jadon Sancho’s comeback some thought?

Karim Adeyemi

Should Borussia Dortmund is a well-known football club, based in Dortmund, Germany. The club is famous for its talented and young squad and has been successful in producing some of the best players in the world. One such player who had made his name while playing for Borussia Dortmund is Jadon Sancho. The young winger, who is currently playing for Manchester United, had spent four successful seasons at Dortmund before moving to England. With his form faltering at Manchester United, there have been rumors that Sancho may be considering a return to Dortmund. This raises the question: Should Borussia Dortmund consider a Jadon Sancho return?

Firstly, Sancho was an integral part of the Dortmund squad during his time in Germany. He was a fan favorite and a key player for the team. In his last season, Sancho scored 17 goals and provided 16 assists, making him one of the most productive wingers in Europe. Sancho’s ability to create chances and score goals would be a huge asset to Dortmund, who are looking to strengthen their squad ahead of next season.

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Should Borussia Dortmund take Sancho back?

Secondly, Sancho is still young and has a lot of potential. Despite a difficult start at Manchester United, Sancho is still regarded as one of the most talented young players in Europe. With more experience and guidance, Sancho can develop into a world-class player. Dortmund has a history of developing young talents, and Sancho had flourished under the guidance of the Dortmund coaching staff. A return to Dortmund could help Sancho reignite his career and fulfill his potential.

Sancho return would be beneficial to Dortmund financially. The club sold Sancho to Manchester United for a fee of around €85 million, making him the most expensive English player ever. However, since his move to England. Sancho’s form has not been up to the mark, and he has struggled to adapt to the Premier League.

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