Crazybola.com – Manchester United received bad news after Jadon Sancho was left out of the England squad for matches against Andorra and Poland due to injury.
Sancho, who recently joined Old Trafford, has had problems in training and will have to leave Gareth Southgate’s training camp to return to the club this weekend.
However, according to The Sun, Sancho is expected to recover in time before United play Newcastle on September 11 – the first game since the international break.
Sancho had previously missed England’s 4-0 win in Hungary on Friday (3/9), having suffered what Southgate described as a ‘minor injury’. The problem then caused the new Manchester United star to miss national team training, until Southgate decided not to take any risks regarding his condition and sent him back to Old Trafford.
However, the national team’s medical team estimates that Sancho is not in serious trouble and they believe he will be available for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad for the match against Newcastle.
Apart from Jadon Sancho, England also lost Everton star Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who was also injured. With that said, Southgate has just 23 players for the home game against Andorra and the game at Poland next week.
Sancho had a slow start to his career at Manchester United after he was signed in a transfer worth IDR 1.45 trillion from Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund. Sancho came off the bench for the first two games of the season before starting his first appearance at his new club when they traveled to Wolves last weekend.
However, Sancho was eventually withdrawn from the game after failing to make an impact on the team and was replaced by another player in the 72nd minute.
United introduced Sancho – the first player they managed to sign in the summer transfer window this year, at the end of July. He signed a five-year contract, with the option of a one-year extension, and will stay at Old Trafford until 2026.
Manchester United have even announced that they have agreed a contract deal for Sancho while Euro 2020 is underway. At that time, Old Trafford said they only needed medical tests and finalized contract details to formalize Sancho as their new player this season.