Published: Sat, October 13, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Tottenham Hotspur Linked With English Sensation Jadon Sancho

Tottenham Hotspur Linked With English Sensation Jadon Sancho

His bright start to the season for Dortmund has not only earned him a call-up from Gareth Southgate, but has also seen his name linked with a possible move back to England. But they are unlikely to sell him to another top-six Premier League club and he is too good for a lower-league side, so another obvious option is overseas.

Dembele was only at the German club for a season, having signed for a reported £13.5 million in 2016, and Sancho has had a similar rise to the Barca man.

Although Sancho's overall statistics might not be as impressive given the fact that he has been most often used as a super-sub, we can certainly expect the teenager to become a more prominent part of the Dortmund starting lineup after the global break.

The former Watford and Manchester City youth player was rewarded with a place in Gareth Southgate's squad, but said it came as a shock despite his form.

Premier League teams are beginning to take notice following his rise in Germany and Dortmund are well aware that they will struggle to keep hold of the player for the long-term, but talk of an imminent big-money move is being played down.

Sancho added: "Not everyone is comfortable moving from home". I'm so young and still have a lot to learn.

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Promising England youngster Jadon Sancho has the capabilities to deal with the pressure that comes with playing for England according to Everton attacking Theo Walcott. His dream to play for his country came true when he played for the England under-17 side that reached the final of UEFA European under-17 Championship, and his performance was so phenomenal that he was named the player of the tournament.

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The Everton winger knows all about the challenges of making an global breakthrough at a young age, having been handed a World Cup call-up in 2006 at the age of 17 and without a competitive outing for Arsenal to his name, and he expects Sancho to take everything in his stride.

"That's... I don't know..."

"Do I feel like playing in England again?"

"I think it's vital [to be playing] because not everyone wants to play U23s. It's the future. You never know what could happen, so we wait and see". I just felt my (right step) was going to Dortmund'.

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