Jadon Sancho Borussia Dortmund Tactical Analysis

The former Red Devils centre-back can see why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been Connected with more attacking influences and would like to see big money spent.

Manchester United should consider bringing in Jadon Sancho, Jack Grealish, and James Maddison, says Wes Brown, with three big-money signings considered to be greater than one.

The Red Devils are expected to be in the marketplace for added creativity throughout the next transfer window. Options to fill functions in the middle of the playground and on the flanks are being mooted, with those at Old Trafford prepared to splash the cash once again.

Borussia Dortmund winger Sancho was charged as a leading target for some time, together with United prepared to bring the prior Manchester City academy celebrity back to England.

Aston Villa playmaker Grealish is another said to figure prominently on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s recruiting radar, with Leicester schemer Maddison viewed as a clear option.

It remains to be seen which member of that trio, if any, are the subject of formal strategies, however, Brown believes the Red Devils should be speculating to accumulate.

He told MUTV when quizzed which of the supposed targets he would snap: “I’d have! Any one of these three would be great.

“Jadon Sancho would most likely be number one, but James Maddison looks fit and prepared and determined and could also be a fantastic asset for your club. Jack Grealish is a person that gets things done, takes control of the match and has his very own style. Any one of these three could be perfect I think.”

Solskjaer has confessed to having pieced together programs for the next window, with the Deadly reiterating that stance when pointing out that United need to be ready to”exploit” any opportunities that come their way.

He’s told Sky Sports: “Football will return to normality and also we have to be prepared.

“Of course we discuss players, we discuss plans and we assess what we need. Us and the coaching staff have discussed games on video calls such as this.

“Who understands the way the sector is going to respond to this? Who knows which clubs will need to sell players? There could be a situation which we may exploit at Man United, we’re the biggest and we are well off. I am sure we are capable of doing the business that we want to.”