Manchester United: 3 Players affected by Jadon Sancho’s summer arrival

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United (Photo by CLIVE BRUNSKILL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

The Red Devils are eager to bolster their attacking options this summer.

Manchester United have enjoyed a resurgent form after a horrific spell of games against Arsenal, Liverpool, and Burnley. January 2020 has been the nadir of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s term as the permanent manager, casting serious doubts over his rebuild project currently in progress.

However, the impact signing of Bruno Fernandes has rejuvenated the squad which craved for inspiration a few months ago. The Reds have embarked an unbeaten run, currently standing at 17, since the arrival of Portuguese playmaker.

Not to forget Odion Ighalo, the Nigerian forward has been contributed immensely when called upon. On loan from Shanghai Shenhua, the 31-year-old has never sulked over lack of game-time and has embraced his supporting role in United’s attack. Former Watford man has also provided excellent cover to fellow strikers Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.

Despite a positive mood around the squad currently, the management is aware of the importance of keeping the players focussed and hungry for success. For that to happen, adding new members is the way to maintain the competition for starting spots.

Given the lofty ambitions of claiming the Premier League summit in a span of few seasons, Solskjaer is fully aware of the importance of shrewd investment in his Man United squad.

The club has identified the right-sided attack as the area which needs to be addressed before the start of the next campaign. Despite a prominent influx of goals recently, Solskjaer is determined to reinforce his attack come to the end of the season.

Jadon Sancho has been touted as the player who is set to arrive at Old Trafford this summer to embellish Manchester United’s attack force.

On this note. let us have a look at three players who could be affected by the signing of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund this summer.

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