Jadon Sancho, a winger for Manchester United, will ‘definitely’ be on Newcastle United’s radar.

According to Daily Mail reporter Craig Hope, who was asked about the possibility of Newcastle making a move for the attacker amid doubts over his future at Manchester United.

Erik ten Hag claimed that Sancho had not performed well enough in practice when the England international was not even on the Red Devils’ bench for their previous Premier League match.

Sancho responded to his remarks on social media, saying he was being used as a scapegoat.

Since then, there have been numerous rumors concerning the 23-year-old’s behavior behind the scenes, with unfavorable accounts suggesting that he is currently operating on borrowed time at Old Trafford.

But could the £73million man be a target for Newcastle in the future? Hope believes that is certainly a possibility.

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Craig Hope thinks Jadon Sancho will be on Newcastle’s radar
Hope conducted a Q&A on the Daily Mail’s website on Wednesday afternoon, and was asked by a Newcastle supporter if he thinks Sancho is the type of player who could succeed at St James’ Park.

Hope answered: “I had this conversation with a colleague just this week…Hmm. Newcastle’s model is signing players on the way up. Players they can identify as value and then develop. Sancho, with wages likely to break Newcastle’s structure, would seem unlikely in that regard. But would the player benefit from a coach such as Howe? Absolutely. Is it a project Newcastle will be considering? He will certainly be on their radar. Let’s see.”

Wages would be the issue for Newcastle
With Newcastle looking for a winger and Sancho just 23-years-old, it is obvious why the Magpies would consider making a move.

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His time at Borussia Dortmund and early England games demonstrate his enormous football potential. It currently appears as though his career is at a crossroads as a result of how underwhelming his move to Manchester United has been.

Could St James’ Park be reached from the intersection? His weekly salary of £250,000 would indicate otherwise. At the moment, no Newcastle player makes more money than that, and the team has taken care to safeguard its wage structure.


However, it is evident that Sancho is a youngster who would benefit from Howe’s guidance, and Hope thinks that Newcastle will be keeping a watch on him as tensions rise behind the scenes at Manchester United.


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