Everton should pay heed and attempt to sign Manchester United attacker Jadon Sancho on loan in January transfer window
Everton must listen to Curtis Woodhouse’s advice and attempt to sign Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho on loan in the summer.
The former Premier League player has predicted that they will secure his services on loan and it’s a position they need to strengthen.
Having failed to sign Ben Brereton Diaz or Mohammed Kudus, they severely seem to be lacking goals in their side this season.
Via Twitter, Woodhouse wrote, “I don’t get them all right, Arteta being one but I was bang on about Sancho, will be at Everton soon on loan.”
Manchester United signed him in the summer of 2021 for a mouth-watering fee of £73million from Borussia Dortmund. [Athletic]
However, for multiple reasons, he has failed to live up to the hype and has fallen down in the pecking order under Erik ten Hag.
He’s no longer even considered for the England squad and if he wants to get his career back on track, he may consider a move in January.
United are unlikely to get close to what they paid for him and they could sanction a loan exit which could see Everton capitalising.
Sancho’s arrival would give the dressing room a huge boost and it would also see Anthony Gordon have someone more talented at the club.
This season, the Toffees youngster’s form appears to have dipped and the fact that he’ll be fighting for minutes with Sancho may give him the perfect foil to go on and prove his worth in the Premier League.