Sancho to Chelsea? £100 million rated star urged to make stunning transfer decision!

Borussia Dortmund sensation Jadon Sancho has been urged NOT to sign for Chelsea in the coming transfer windows.

After making a permanent move away from Manchester City to Dortmund, Sancho has gone on to make a sensational start to life in the Bundesliga and already has six assists to his name this season, the most by any player across the top European Leagues.

And his performances for Dortmund has even earned him a call up to the England National team squad, with Gareth Southgate excited by the young mans talents and ability.

But that has also led to transfer speculation that Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri could make a £100 million offer at the end of the season, as he prepares for life after Eden Hazard, who is expected to depart the club and make a big money move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.

However, ESPN pundit Paul Mariner has told Sancho to stay put for now as a move to Chelsea would be ‘too soon’, he was quoted: “I like him. I think this kid, to go overseas and really put his mark on the club, to be perfectly honest.

“When you see him he’s good on the dribble, when he’s on the dribble he sees the pass.

“He likes an assist, likes a nice goal, he can finish when he gets in.

“Look, his future is very, very bright but it’s sort of similar to other young players.

“If you’re in a nice situation, just learn your trade, maybe another year or two.

“That’s a big move from Dortmund to Chelsea, who are actually playing okay.

“So I’m going to say no, I’m going to say not at the moment. But he’s definitely got a future that boy.”

Here is what we think on a potential deal.

Chelsea are one of the biggest clubs in world football and any player would love a move to Stamford Bridge, but Mariner is right and Sancho needs to stay at Dortmund for a couple of seasons and continue his brilliant development at the German side.

He is getting the game time he needs to develop but is also far away from the crazy British media spotlight, and the fact he would only be used sparingly under Sarri, he is not ready to leave the German side just yet, especially as the replacement for Hazard.


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