Signing Sancho could mean trouble for two Man United players
Manchester United have made it clear that Jadon Sancho is their top target for the summer transfer window, yet the coronavirus pandemic has made it hard to fund the deal.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made it clear that he wants to ensure that the board doesn't make the mistakes in the transfer window that they did in the past, with the spending of plenty of millions in the past for no benefit to the team.
As a result, United may have to offload some players, as they are determined to get the deal for the Englishman done in the coming days.
The main man in danger is Daniel James, who after a very positive start, has struggled a lot at the club, after joining the club from Swansea last summer.
James has now completely lost his place to the very inform Mason Greenwood, who is banging goals and performing brilliantly.
Signing Sancho could mean that James will become even more of a back-up player than he already is, potentially being demoted to featuring in just cup and European games.
There are also reports linking James with a potential loan move away from the club, yet with the numerous games that United have to play this season, and the huge fixture list that they could have next season, James would be a very helpful player to have.
The other player who has his future being questioned is Tahith Chong, who signed a two-year deal last March, after there was plenty of interest from Inter and Juventus.
Chong is already expected to leave the club on loan next season in order to get some much-needed first team experience.
However, Sancho's signing could mean that he could leave the club permanently, having to fight against Sancho, Greenwood and James for a place.
Chong and James still have four Premier League games to go, as well as the FA Cup and Europa League games in order to prove their worth to the club.