Sancho gutted at broken Man United promises after latest crushing development - pundit
Jadon Sancho will be questioning why he signed for Man United, according to Danny Mills.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the ex-Man City and England defender delivered his verdict after Sancho was axed from the England squad today (November 4).
It comes after the winger has started just once for Man United since the international break in October.
He provided two assists in England’s win over Andorra but will not have the chance to add to his 23 caps this month.
As quoted by Sky Sports, Gareth Southgate admitted his lack of playing time is the main reason he has been dropped.
In the 12 games he has played for his new club the 21-year-old is yet to find the net or register an assist.
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Asked whether he may regret his decision to move to Old Trafford, Mills told Football Insider correspondent Connor Whitley: “Without a doubt, he’ll have to question it. ‘Did I make the right decision?’
“What was I told about signing for Man United and has that materialised? The answer has to be no, at the moment, it certainly hasn’t.
“I think he’ll be very disappointed with the way things have gone. It’s similar to Donny van de Beek. They both came and would have expected to play and be involved in quite a lot of football, but it hasn’t happened.”
Sancho signed for Man United from Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund for a £73million fee over the summer.
The London-born ace scored 50 times and provided 64 assists in 137 games across all competitions for the German giants.