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Signing Sancho Will Make Other Mufc Players Better – Dwight Yorke


Jadon SanchoEx-Manchester United striker, Dwight Yorke has begged Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to sign Jadon Sancho this summer.

Yorke recently revealed that this is key if the club wants to challenge Liverpool and Manchester City for next season’s Premier League title.

According to him, Sancho is a terrific talent and this is clear because he has been linked with every top team around the world.

He added that Mufc need an attacker like Jadon since he would spur other players at the club to step up for the competition for spots in the first XI.

His words, “He’s a terrific talent and he’s linked with every top team around the world,”

“So, if Ole sees him as a player that can really bring something to the team and really make sure that core of players keep competition for places, then they should go for it.

“It would force other players to get their skates on and start performing. That’s a healthy thing and that’s what you want to see at United. I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s a player the club add going forward.”

“It’s important to keep the young players hungry when they’re not in the team and keep pushing them,”

“If there’s a top player out there who can bring something different to your team, it’s important United bring them in.

“If they bring in another big-name attacker now, it will only enhance the players who are already in the team and make sure they keep working.

“For United to compete with the likes of Liverpool and City next year, they need to buy another attacker and a central defender.”

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“The lads are playing some terrific football at the moment and it’s really exciting,”

“If you look at Leicester, they are dropping off rapidly and Chelsea dropping points against West Ham that can only be encouraging for us.

“The team I worry about is Wolves in sixth because of the way they are going, so we have to keep one eye on them.

“But the fact the teams ahead of us are dropping points can only be encouraging and things are looking rosy. It’s a really exciting time.”