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After the departure of Jadon Sancho, the Bayern Munich stars that Ten Hag wants at the club

Manchester United is looking at certain stars in the German team

By Hector Garcia

Manchester United is looking at certain stars in the German team
Manchester United is looking at certain stars in the German team
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Jadon Sancho's future has finally been defined. The English player is agreeing everything to return to Germany with Borussia Dortmund and his signing is a fact, according to Diario Bild. The Old Trafford team was no longer using a player who arrived as a possible star of the club, but his problems with Ten Hag ended up ending his stay at Manchester United.


Dortmund will pay for a loan until the end of the season and depending on his performance, the team could offer for the player next June. It is worth noting that in 2021, Sancho left Dortmund for Manchester for 85 million euros and where he was never able to show that great version that he had in the German team where he scored 50 goals and made 64 assists in 137 games played.

Faced with this situation, Manchester United begins to look for replacements immediately and to do so they are profiling players who currently play a secondary role in their clubs, but who could be useful for the Red Devils, there are three forwards who play in the Bundesliga. According to The Athletic, those from Old Trafford are already studying the possibility of casting their nets on Eric Maxim Choupo Moting, Thomas Müller (both from Bayern Munich) and Timo Werner (RB Leipzig).


The problem that Manchester Untied has

It is a fact that the club has problems in its financial balance due to million-dollar signings with little performance and income in competitions. "There will always be the possibility of deals, particularly in terms of finding opportunities for players who do not play as much football as they would like. However, we have always been consistent in saying that we do not see January as the optimal time to do business and our recruitment strategy remains focused on the summer windows," said the club's football director.

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