As the European League football transfer window draws near, clubs in the region have been martialing plans on what to put out to bring in potential players.
According to sources, Borussia Dortmund forward has constantly been on Manchester United radar as potential transfer this summer for the Red Devils.
The major obstacle for the club is the £100 million price tag Dortmund is putting on the player hence causing a delay for United.
The young England star has bagged in 20 goals in 20 assists in all competitions his club this season and he is considered to be favourite.
Pundits are also considering that Sancho is holding on if United would book a ticket for the Champions League.
However, on the other hand, United legend Gary Neville thinks the club needs more than a Sancho for it to match up with big contenders.
Neville says, “Definitely a centre-back, a challenger for David De Gea, a right winger and a centre-forward, in my opinion.
“It’s not to replace Martial, it’s to challenge Martial. It means Greenwood doesn’t have to play right wing all the time.
“I think do think the club need a winger who can play both sides, personally. I think they need a centre-forward.
“In 1999 we had Sheringham, Cole and Solskjaer in the building. Sir Alex Ferguson signed Dwight Yorke to challenge them, to complement them, to play with them. Not to replace them.”
He added, “We definitely need a top centre-half alongside Harry Maguire, in my opinion. We need a centre-forward, a right winger, you could argue left-back.
“But I think to me, centre-forward, right wing and centre-back are priorities.”