‘I would have all three!’: Manchester United urged to sign ‘perfect’ players Jadon Sancho, James Maddison and Jack Grealish by Wes Brown
- Manchester United have been heavily linked with the three attacking midfielders
- Former defender Wes Brown thinks they should sign all of them in the summer
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes the club can compete in the next transfer window
- Players have seen their value decrease due to the on-going coronavirus crisis
Wes Brown believes any of Jadon Sancho, James Maddison and Jack Grealish would be ‘perfect’ for his former team Manchester United and has urged the club to pursue all three.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed the club are in a financial position to compete in the transfer window when it opens following the enforced break from football.
United have been heavily linked with Sancho and Grealish since the start of the year but are also thought to be interested in Maddison.
Wes Brown believes Jadon Sancho is Manchester United’s No1 transfer target this summer
But the former Manchester United defender also thinks James Maddison would be an asset
Brown would like to see his old club to sign both players as well as Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish
And Brown thinks his old club should try to sign all three of the talented stars.
‘I would have all three! Any one of those three would be great,’ he told MUTV.
‘Jadon Sancho would probably be number one, but James Maddison looks fit and ready and determined and would also be a great asset for the club.
‘Jack Grealish is an individual that gets things done, takes control of the game and has his own style. Any one of those three would be perfect I think.’
Borussia Dortmund are thought to want a fee upwards of £100million for their star winger
Borussia Dortmund are thought to want upwards of £100million for Sancho but may have to re-evaluate their asking price following the coronavirus pandemic if they decide to sell their star man.
The winger has 17 goals and 19 assists in all competitions this season and has also been linked with Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City and Real Madrid.
Both Maddison and Grealish could cost somewhere between £50-60million but players have seen their transfer value drop dramatically during the suspension of the game.
Players have seen their transfer value drop dramatically due to the on-going coronavirus crisis
Maddison has managed nine goals and three assists for Leicester while Grealish also has nine goals but eight assists.
United could add to their group of English talent in the ranks with Harry Maguire as captain and Marcus Rashford the club’s leading scorer.
Sancho has 11 senior caps for England with two goals and one assist and Maddison made his debut in November.
Grealish is yet to feature under Gareth Southgate but there have been calls for him to be given a chance with his impressive performances for Villa this season.
The club also have Mason Greenwood, Dean Henderson and Brandon Williams who all have the potential to go on to play for the Three Lions.
The Aston Villa captain has had an impressive season but is yet to have a chance with England
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