- Jadon Sancho is likely to make his Man United debut this weekend if what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said comes to pass
- The Norwegian tactician admitted that the winger had a slow start due to illness but has blended well with the rest of the team
- Sancho joined the Red Devils in a deal valued at around £73m from German League side Dortmund this summer
Manchester United fans can brace up to watch their £73 million summer signing Jadon Sancho when they host Leeds United at Old Trafford on Saturday, August 14.
The 21-year-old winger joined the Red Devils on a five-year deal from Borussia Dortmund this summer after a long back and forth between the two clubs.
However, Raphael Varane will not be available since his £42 million move has not been completed by the Premier League.
The Norwegian-born tactician said while addressing the media during his pre-match conference revealed that Sancho was a little dull when he arrived but he is doing better now according to Daily Mail.
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What Solskjaer said about Jadon Sancho
"Jadon is going to be involved, definitely. He had a good week. Unfortunately, he was ill after his holiday but we have had a good few days of training, he's gelled with the group and been sharper than expected. I can't say if he'll start or not."
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gives update on Varane's £42m transfer
The former attacker turned manager further revealed the status of Frenchman, Varane as the season kicks off this weekend, saying:
"He hasn't trained with us and all the dots over the I's and crossed the T's aren't done yet. Things always happen and take time. Unfortunately with the [Covid] isolation, this has delayed things so it's not 100 per cent done yet.
"I can't say he will be involved tomorrow, I can probably say he won't be. The big hold-up was quarantine and isolation. He's been in Manchester and it will be done soon."
Frank Lampard predicts Premier League title contenders
Legit.ng earlier reported that Frank Lampard believes Chelsea will not have an easy challenge for the Premier League title despite landing the signing of Romelu Lukaku.
The Blues have already agreed to a £97.5million transfer deal for the Inter Milan forward and he could be unveiled in the coming days.
Lukaku has since undergone a successful medical in Milan and he is now due to fly to London to seal the transfer.
Source: Legit.ng News