Jadon Sancho New Club?

All of a sudden the name on every football pundits lips is Jadon Sancho. Jadon Who? A product of Manchester City's youth side who ventured to the Bundesliga in search for first-team football.

He departed from Manchester in 2017 and since then his performances for Borussia Dortmund have been exceptional. The reason why all the fuss is being made about the young winger recently is due to him earning his first England call-up.

Amongst all the excitement surrounding the England starlet, there are some betting opportunities you can be taking advantage of. Following Sancho's new contract with Dortmund, it doesn't include a buy out clause. It may appear Sancho isn't going anywhere as his extension takes him up to 2022. However, this could just be a way for Dortmund to get a bigger transfer offer. It wouldn't be out of character for the club. It is only a matter of time before a Premier League side tries to swoop Sancho back to England, but who will it be? This bet only counts before the 1st of February (when the January Transfer Window Closes)

It is becoming more common nowadays for a player to leave a club and then return in a matter of years. Sancho is at 7/1 to rejoin Manchester City under Pep Guardiola.  Liverpool too are strong favourites to sign the forward at 7/1. It would be a great signing for Klopp especially and if they are able to get Sancho's signature, their attack would be even more deadly.

With Eden Hazard's flirtation with Real Madrid growing stronger, it could be sooner than we think for the Belgian to join the European Champions. This would leave a gap on the left flank for Chelsea which I'm sure Conte would love to fill with Sancho.  Chelsea is 10/1 to sign Sancho from Dortmund. Hazard is currently at 4/1 to join Real before February 1st and if he does go, Sancho will associate first-team football with Chelsea.

Underdogs in the chase for Sancho is Arsenal and Manchester United. The North London side is 16/1 to sign the youngster, meanwhile United are at tasty returns of 25/1. Sancho is likely to make his England debut verse Croatia this weekend and there will be many watching what he has to showcase, an assist or two probably.

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