Published: Mon, October 15, 2018
Sport | By Tony Jimenez

Borussia Dortmund Set Huge Transfer Fee For Jadon Sancho

Borussia Dortmund Set Huge Transfer Fee For Jadon Sancho

He opted to join Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2017, the German club paying out £8m for him.

Sancho came off the bench to make his England debut and become the first player to be born in the 21st century to play for the Three Lions. If you're ready to play overseas and you believe in yourself, why not?

Here are the global break player ratings for the Borussia Dortmund players who have been involved so far.

His fine form with the Bundesliga club prompted his first England call-up and, ultimately, his first cap in a 0-0 draw with Croatia.


It's a move that can also benefit players who are getting some playing time for club and country. He is snatching at chances, possibly because he is anxious about putting a foot wrong under José Mourinho. "It's the future. You never know what could happen, so we wait and see".

"I just think that's part of him gaining strength in the game and understanding at Dortmund of how they're playing and then with us just easing him into the way we play and the environment".

Southgate's appreciation of Mount's talent became clear when he asked the youngster to train with his squad for four days before they jetted off to Russian Federation for the World Cup.

Croatia are completing a UEFA sanction to play two games behind closed doors after a swastika symbol was carved into the pitch during a Euro 2016 qualifier against Italy in June 2015.


"Sometimes the best way to grow is to come out of your comfort zone".

Playing infront of such imposing and vast crowds at Dortmund's mightily impressive Westfalenstadion, Sancho has shown real maturity for such a young man, leading Everton forward Walcott to believe that the youngster has the ability to cope with the demands on global football.

In regards to the Nations League in general, I have to disagree with Jürgen Klopp's description of it as a "senseless" competition.

Speaking of worldwide football, I was impressed with how the England women performed in their 1-1 draw with Australia on Wednesday, having also impressed in the 1-0 win against Brazil. We didn't know how great we were as a team at the European Championships [earlier that year, when they were runners-up], but reaching the final made us realise we had something special.


Phil Neville was very critical about the standard of refereeing in women's football. The fans have so much passion for the game and support me every week.

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