In 23 competitive games Jason Sancho has so far been used for Manchester United. The hope of the Red Devils showed outstanding services over the years in the jersey of Borussia Dortmund, but there is currently nothing to see. His weak balance: two goals and not a single template.
While the criticism grows the newcomer of the English record champion, United Interim Trainer Ralf Rang nick tries to explain the crisis of the offensive player. It’s another league, and he plays for one of the biggest clubs in the world. It also has to do with many things that are up in his head above, quotes him the Jadon Sancho Image. Most recently, the 63-year-old set the new approach to Aston Villa (2: 2) to the bank.
Rang nick showed understanding for the situation of the player. For Sancho, the change is a great changeover and not to compare with his transfer to BVB. It’s different when you come to Borussia Dortmund as an 18-year-old, unknown talented English boy, says Rang nick, who continued to do: From there you can only improve yourself. You can only have success.
Manchester United: Rang nick believes in ex-BVB star Sancho
For the BVB he was used in 137 competitive games and achieved 50 results and prepared another 64 goals. A grandiose statistic for such a young player. However, this also increased expectation in Manchester, which is now problematic. Everyone has expected him that he is one of the best players in the team. This is psychologically and emotionally a more difficult situation than Borussia Dortmund, emphasized his coach.
Rang nick was nevertheless excited about Sancho, at least with a view of the training achievements. There is the 21-year-old one of the best players. The realm is not.
The 63-year-old: It’s not just about training at the highest possible level. I told him the day before yesterday: ‘Confirm the achievements that you show in training in the place’.
The United coach finally emphasized that Sancho owns the skills to enforce in Manchester. There is no doubt, he said. But now it is lying on the player to go the next steps.