Jadon Sancho has gotten well wishes from Chelsea’s Ben Chilwell and Tottenham’s Dele Alli.
Manchester United at long last reported the signing of Sancho on Friday after his £72.9m move from Borussia Dortmund was concluded and it’s since been affirmed that the winger will wear the number 25 shirt before the Old Trafford reliable next season.
The signing of Sancho is a sign of purpose from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the United manager hopes to fortify his squad in the transfer market with the desire for mounting a Premier League title challenge next term – the Reds have hung tight eight years for a league title.
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Despite the fact that Solskjaer’s side completed in front of Chelsea, Liverpool, Leicester and Tottenham last season, it’s normal those teams will be cutthroat once more next season, although that hasn’t prevented players from United’s opponents wishing Sancho well.
Sancho shared a photograph of himself in a United shirt on his web-based media with the inscription ‘the wait is finally over’ after his transfer was reported and remarkably Chilwell and Alli were among those in the comments sending the 21-year-old strong messages.
Chilwell commented ‘congrats brother’ while Alli also called Sancho his ‘brother’.