England’s amazing footballer Jadon Sancho has been oftentimes been linked with a transfer to Manchester United and Chelsea, but Marco Reus thinks differently about what Jadon should do. Jadon, the Borussia Dortmund wonder footballer has been ranked as one of the best youngster footballers in the world. He prides himself gracefully behind the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland.
Also, Manchester United is seen as the club with the greatest potential of signing the 20-year-old player to Old Trafford when the next transfer window opens. Many football critics have stated that the Borussia Dortmund attacker will jump at any opportunity of playing in Manchester United kit, but time will tell.
However, Jadon Sancho‘s teammate, Marco Reus wants him to stay in Germain for at least one more season before accepting offers to play for any Premier League club. Reus explained that Jadon Sancho would be ripe for a big move in the next two seasons, but for now, he should stay in the German club.
The German international football told Sport Bild that there was no better offer for the English player now, he can continue to grow with the German club for another season until he has reached the full potential to accept a better offer from another team.
In his words: “He should stay one more, maybe two years at Dortmund,”
“In my view, there is currently nothing better for him. [Then he can] take the really big step. As an even more complete player who can continue to develop with us as a regular in the team.”
Meanwhile, Reus utilizes the opportunity to clear the rumor flying around that he’s looking at leaving the club soon. He has been linked with a transfer to Bayern Munich and Borussia Monchengladbach, however, Marco Reus stated clearly that he is not ready to exit Signal Iduna Park.
“The request came, as it did from other clubs. I have the greatest respect for Bayern Munich and what the club has been doing for decades,” he said.
“But I always wanted to play for BVB. It was always the club my heart drew me to. When I played in Gladbach at the time, it was clear to me: within the Bundesliga, I would only change to Dortmund, otherwise, I will go abroad.”
“It has always been my dream to play for BVB. Here I have everything to be happy: my home, my family, my club.
“And this feeling has always prevailed – even if another country with a different culture might have been attractive.”