Rangnick believes Sancho is beginning to show his finest form for Manchester United.



Rangnick believes Sancho is beginning to show his finest form for Manchester United.

Rangnick believes Sancho is beginning to show his finest form for Manchester United.

Following a sluggish start to life as a Manchester United player, Jadon Sancho is beginning to reveal his true brilliance, according to interim manager Ralf Rangnick.

Sancho joined United from Borussia Dortmund in July for a sum of £73 million ($95 million) after a lengthy pursuit by United, but he struggled to make an impact under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The England forward, who didn’t score until November, has been a regular starter under Rangnick, who took over at Old Trafford after Solskjaer was fired the same month.

The 21-year-old put up another strong effort as Manchester United defeated Tottenham 3-2 on Saturday, assisting Cristiano Ronaldo’s second goal of his hat-trick.

After a lengthy pursuit, Sancho joined United from Borussia Dortmund in July for a fee of £73 million ($95 million), but he struggled to make an impact under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Rangnick, who took over at Old Trafford after Solskjaer was fired the same month, has made the England forward, who didn’t score until November, a regular starter.

On Saturday, the 21-year-old put up another great performance as Manchester United defeated Tottenham 3-2, assisting Cristiano Ronaldo’s second goal of his hat-trick.

“He told me that it was, of course, difficult for him to acclimatize to the intensity of the league, to the physicality of the league.” He has now accomplished this feat. I’m glad to see him playing at that level right now.”

Rangnick stated that the winger is “coming closer to the Jadon Sancho I’ve known from Germany,” adding that “in the end, it’s all about confidence.”

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“When I came here, it was evident that we had to try everything to assist him become the best version of himself,” the temporary CEO continued.

Despite their victory over Tottenham, United face a difficult challenge in qualifying for the top four, which assures admission into next season’s Champions League. They trail fourth-placed Arsenal by one point, despite having three games in hand.

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