Sancho is one of Europe’s most talked-about talents and is sure to be at the forefront of a transfer saga throughout the forthcoming window.
Jadon Sancho Return to Manchester City Wouldn’t Make Sense
Ruling Out a Return
Guardiola wanted to keep Sancho at Manchester City in 2017. The Citizens even made him a lucrative £30,000-a-week contract offer. However, Sancho made the move to Germany and hasn’t looked back – until now?
Sancho is a different prospect. Then he was a boy. He now faces the prospect of a return to England as one of the most sought after forwards in the game.
He has been involved in an eye-opening 77 goals in his 99 appearances for Borussia Dortmund.
But that’s not convincing Guardiola.
“When he decided to move to Dortmund it’s not because he is going to decide to come back one year later. It would make no sense.”
Sancho Could Join Manchester Rivals
The more clubs rule themselves out, the greater confidence Manchester United will have in making a deal happen.
City Hold Advantage
Pep Guardiola may not seem bothered about a Sancho return, but City were opposed to allowing him to join a rival Premier League club in 2017.
They are also able to prevent such an occurrence happening in his next move, though they might have to cough up a large sum to do so.
Sancho would not come cheap. Few clubs around the world display the financial power to acquire his signature.
With Guardiola seemingly not even considering a return, it would suggest Manchester City have no plans to activate their option.