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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s attempt to turn Jadon Sancho into a full-back is ‘almost a catchable offense’

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s attempt to turn £ 73 million Manchester United misfit Jadon Sancho into a winger is ‘almost a catchable offense’, claims former Leeds and Man City defender Danny Mills

  • Manchester United paid £ 73m for winger Jadon Sancho in summer
  • He’s struggled to make an impact and still score or assist in 13 games.
  • Now he could be deployed in an unknown role in an attempt to further his career.


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Danny Mills says Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may have committed a “looted offense” for trying to turn Jadon Sancho into a full-back.

The Red Devils paid £ 73 million to Borussia Dortmund in the summer to sign the England winger after a two-year chase.

Sancho has struggled to make an impact and still score or assist in 13 games.

Jadon Sancho has struggled to make an impact since his arrival from Borussia Dortmund

Jadon Sancho has struggled to make an impact since his arrival from Borussia Dortmund

And now he could be deployed in an unknown role in a bid to jump-start his Old Trafford career after an encouraging cameo against Manchester City.

Former Leeds and Man City defender Mills said Football Insider: ‘Good luck turning him into a winger!

“ He didn’t play too much for England in the Euro because I don’t think he was reliable enough to track down and do the defensive end. Dortmund never played it there.

‘You bought a winger who is going to create chances and score goals. Suddenly, you’re going to play him as a winger in an incredibly leaky defense. It’s like, really?

Sancho could be deployed in an unknown role in an attempt to jump-start his Old Trafford career.

Sancho could be deployed in an unknown role in an attempt to jump-start his Old Trafford career.

Sancho could be deployed in an unknown role in an attempt to jump-start his Old Trafford career.

That is almost a lootable offense in itself.

‘Do we put Cristiano Ronaldo in the center midfield because he can head a ball? I think Ronaldo can head the ball better than the midfielders at the moment, so should they put him in central midfield?

“It’s more than a little ridiculous.”

Sancho was introduced as a substitute at halftime against Man City and United’s backroom team, according to The Athletic, was impressed by the way the 21-year-old tried to assert himself and push up in an attempt to go Beyond Last Man City and also covers the careers of Kyle Walker.

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