It comes after City beat a Borussia Dortmund side, without Sancho, 2-1 thanks to a 90th-minute goal from fellow academy graduate Phil Foden.
Sancho was sold to Dortmund when just 17-years old and he has not looked back becoming a Bundesliga star as well as a regular in Gareth Southgate’s England squads when fit.
Speaking on if Sancho has the required quality to be a regular at Man City and how he’s done well for himself in the Bundesliga, Bull told FFC:
“It’s one of them where you look at the quality in Man City’s side and think would he get in that team? They couldn’t see anything in him so they took advantage of Dortmund in selling him.
“Fair play to the lad because he might go to a bigger club and then an even bigger club, but it’s Man City so they can do what they want.”
Since joining Dortmund in 2017 Sancho has set the Bundesliga alight proving age is certainly just a number because his output is amazing, 46 goals and 60 assists in 130 games.
Last summer, the winger was linked with Manchester United for a whole transfer window only for him to remain with Dortmund.