In a recent interview, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer explained Jadon Sancho's struggles at Manchester United.
The England international was bought by Man United for £73 million from Borussia Dortmund in 2021.
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At that time, Solskjaer, who was Man United manager and sanctioned the transfer, was fired four months later.
The former Dortmund star has struggled to live up to the expectation since completing his move to Old Trafford and his former United manager has explained the reason for his struggles.
Solskjaer talks about Sancho
Erik Ten Hag recently criticised Sancho's training level only for him to rebuff his manager's comments with a post on social media.
The recent altercation between Sancho and his manager has led to his exile from the first team and can only train alone.
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The Cameroon international has been mocked for conceding goals, but the Red Devils’ structure without the ball means they leave the shot-stopper exposed.
He said, "Yes, I wanted to sign him. Manchester United will never sign a player the manager doesn’t want.
"That’s not the case everywhere. Jadon was put up as the No. 1 target for the right-wing by the scouts and when you look at his talent, I could see why.
"Unfortunately, it has not worked out. When he arrived, he had to go to hospital and that was a setback as he couldn’t start the first games.
"He’s immensely talented and we haven’t seen the best of him. I hope we do, but he prefers to play left wing… where Marcus (Rashford) plays."
Sancho has played 82 times for the Red Devils, contributing six assists and scoring 12 goals at Old Trafford.