Sancho or Corona: Who should United swoop for?

The Red Devils have been linked with a host of hiqh profile players in Jadon Sancho and Jesus Corona, in a bid to bolster the attacking options. Here is a look of how both would impact the United side.

Ten years on, the Reds have still failed to fill that CR7 shaped void ever since, being a pivotal position Sancho and Corona are viable options to fill the gap.

With poor recruitment and the urge for big-name signings the epitome of Ed Woodward’s transfer session at the Theatre of Dreams.

United have made an unwanted habit of overpaying players who have gone on to become an expensive flop.

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Thoughts of signing Sancho has sparked cheers between fans as united affirm interest in the 20-year-old star.

The sensational winger who has 20 goals and 20 assists to his name in 42 appearances for the German side has won plenty of plaudits at Dortmund.

The Young English winger blessed with a bundle of pace, energy and attacking flair, Sancho seems the perfect answer to the problem that United have struggled with so far.

With Sancho versatility across the front line of attack a big asset,  it seems Old Trafford is his calling.

Although he won’t come cheap with a staggering fee of £140 million at stake.

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United need exactly the kind of precocious talent who has the tremendous, world-class potential to make the Manchester United right flank his own.

Jesus Corona,  a financially viable alternative to Sancho, is also a subject of interest for United.

On the run of a brilliant form with Porto this season, he has Racked up three goals and 18assists in 42 appearances for the Portuguese side.

His jaw-dropping displays has evolved him into a key player since his summer move from FC Twente in 2015.

Corona being a proven performer at 27 years old, it would take only a little time to adapt to the Premier League.

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With Daniel James in their ranks, Corona would provide healthy competition and spur him to do better.

Offering loads of depth and quality in attack, it’s no surprise United have made an interest in him.

A sealed move for the veteran would be a wise decision by the club.

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