Former Liverpool and England defender Glen Johnson has warned Jadon Sancho that becoming a member of Manchester United may very well be the flawed transfer for his profession.
The Borussia Dortmund winger has been the topic of curiosity from Europe’s prime golf equipment and discovered himself excessive up Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s summer time wishlist.
Reports have surfaced in Germany that the 20-year-old will depart the Bundesliga membership on the finish of the season, placing United, Liverpool and Chelsea on excessive alert.
Johnson informed talkSPORT: ‘Pretty a lot everybody that may afford his switch payment are going to need him, so he can take his time to select his subsequent membership.
‘But I believe it will be the flawed resolution to signal for Man United.
‘If he goes to a team like United at the moment, of course it’s a unbelievable membership and it will look nice on his CV, however the workforce will not be the place they need to be.
‘As a young kid they would put too much pressure on him from day one. A young lad like that shouldn’t have to fly the flag for a membership like United.
‘I think he’d really feel the stress coming to the Premier League wherever, so to carry that with him as effectively could be robust.’
Johnson, who spent over six years at Liverpool, looks like his former membership, or Frank Lampard’s Chelsea, could be a significantly better match for Sancho to develop within the long-term.
He added: ‘If he was to go to Chelsea or Liverpool or maybe a club in Spain, because he won’t be wanted to come straight in and impress, they might bleed him into the workforce over time which might assist his growth.
‘He might not be guaranteed to start every week, but he’d be doing it in the proper manner.’