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Ever since he joined Borussia Dortmund back in 2017, Jadon Sancho has been a big part of his new club’s success.
After all, we’re talking here about a 19-year-old prodigy who is bound to set the biggest stage ablaze in the not so distant future.
Even now, at the very beginning of his career, Sancho is already looking like a player who could slot in almost any team in the world, regardless of how big and successful said team is.
2018/19 was a big success for the youngster as he managed to tally 13 goals and 19 assists in the 43 games he played for Dortmund, but despite that brilliant campaign the current one is looking far from perfect.
And, unfortunately, it has little to do with his actual quality and skill on the pitch.
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It seems that the English talent is not happy with how things are developing over in Germany and all of that resulted in his smaller tally for the team with just four goals under his name, the last one actually coming on September 22 against Eintracht Frankfurt.
His trouble continued as he was left out of his club’s squad for their triumph over Borussia Monchengladbach earlier last month, and was then taken off after just 36 minutes into his side’s 4-0 defeat to Bayern Munich.
Now, according to The Daily Mail, Liverpool have joined the likes of Manchester United, PSG and Real Madrid in the race to sign the unhappy youngster.
And looking at the whole situation, maybe it’s time for the Millionaires to let go of their million-dollar kid and look elsewhere.
After all, the same report from The Daily Mail states he could be gone for a reported £100m, which would then, in turn, be invested elsewhere.
Letting him out of the nest may be best for both the club and the player as he is clearly unhappy with how things are currently shaping up and Borussia Dortmund and not really getting the best out of him anyway.
Keeping him put and chaining him to the Bundesliga may harm both parties when everything is said and done.
A lucrative transfer to the Premier League with Liverpool leading the line does sound like a win-win scenario at the very moment.