In a recent episode of the Mail Sport podcast, former footballer Chris Sutton expressed his doubts about Jadon Sancho’s future at Manchester United. Sutton believes that Sancho’s performances have been lackluster and he looks like he is “finished” at the club.
Sutton also questioned the decision of manager Erik ten Hag to leave Sancho out of the starting lineup for the recent match against Young Boys in the Champions League. He compared this move to throwing the young player under the bus.
Sancho, who joined Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund in the summer transfer window, has struggled to make an impact so far. Sutton believes that his performances have not lived up to expectations and he does not look like the player he was at Dortmund.
The former footballer also criticized Sancho’s decision-making and stated that he needs to improve his decision-making on the pitch. Sutton emphasized the importance of making the right decisions quickly in order to succeed at the highest level of football.
Despite these criticisms, Sutton acknowledged that Sancho is a talented player and has the potential to turn things around. However, he feels that the pressure and scrutiny at Manchester United could be affecting the young winger’s performances.
Sutton’s comments come at a time when Manchester United is facing criticism for their recent results and performances. The team has had a mixed start to the season and there are concerns about their ability to challenge for major honors.
It remains to be seen how Sancho will respond to these criticisms and whether he can rediscover his best form at Manchester United. The club and its fans will be hoping that the young winger can overcome his current struggles and fulfill his potential in the coming months.