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Man Utd Fans Would Much Rather Sign Jadon Sancho Ahead of Gareth Bale

Man Utd Fans Would Much Rather Sign Jadon Sancho Ahead of Gareth Bale

There’s a growing number of Manchester United supporters who would much rather see their club splash the cash on Jadon Sancho this summer, instead of Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale.

England international Sancho has burst onto the European scene this season at Borussia Dortmund, where he has scored nine goal so far this season and played a crucial role in helping his side put together a serious challenge for their first Bundesliga title since 2012.

However, Bale has been linked with United pretty much ever since he moved to Spain six years ago, and his time at the Bernabeu seems to be coming to a close this season.

But with the Welshman’s 30th birthday looming on the horizon laterthis summer, it seems many Red Devils reckon the Gareth Bale ship has finally sailed:

What do you think of the reactions? Should United sign Sancho ahead of Bale?

Should they sign both, or neither?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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