Manchester United Transfer News: Fans are convinced that Jadon Sancho dropped a transfer hint on his social media handle Live video.
Manchester United fans are longing for a right-wing player since years and now they see a suitable candidate in Jadon Sancho who is having a terrific season in Bundesliga.
Now a social media activity by the English forward has excited the Red Devils’ fans, Sancho took to Instagram Live on Monday evening while playing video games with Tottenham Hotspur youngster Ryan Sessegnon.
A fan wrote to Sancho stating: ‘Ignore this if you’re coming to United’, which the 19-year-old looked to have seen before grinning and saying: ‘Everyone stay indoors!’
Then a section of Manchester United fans got excited and further tried to make most out of the video, and believed that Sancho smiled back at the message sent by the fan.
Jadon Sancho just confirmed that he's joining United 🔴
Agent Miraculouspogba 🕵️♂️😎 pic.twitter.com/vBxvl2ACkI
— 🆑️ (@MiraculousPogba) March 23, 2020
The fan further showed their detective side, while pointing out Manchester United players watching the stream, including Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Angel Gomes.
Jesse Lingard also got involved and Sancho streamed a call between him and his England teammate. It led to United fans dubbing Lingard ‘Agent Jesse’ hoping he could lure Sancho to the Premier League.
Jesse Lingard with his best assist of 2020: pic.twitter.com/32MQNSeU5F
— ManUtdMindset (@ManUtdMindset) March 23, 2020
However, along with Manchester United, there is a long list of suitors who are interested in Sancho and might be willing to spend extra for him, if he is ready to make a move.
Chelsea and Barcelona have also shown interest and will try to make transfer moves on him, which slashes the chances of the Red Devils. Nevertheless, Sancho has been highly influential for Borussia Dortmund this season.
In 35 games across all the tournaments, he has managed to fetch 17 goals and 19 assists, he could have more impressive stats, but the season got suspended due to the spread of the COVID-19.