Sir Alex Ferguson has already sent a message to Jadon Sancho ahead of his pending transfer to Manchester United.
The Red Devils made the striker their main target ahead of the summer transfer window and learned from their mistakes last year.
Borussia Dortmund have refused to sell the England international on occasion, but United redoubled their efforts earlier this year.
And they agreed to a £73million fee with the Bundesliga squad, a dramatic drop from the £109million traded in 2020.
It’s a good move for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is desperate to repair his attack at Old Trafford with Sancho.
And the former Manchester City star has already received a message of support from Sir Alex.
What stopped a deal from moving forward were euros, which delayed a series of transfers.
In one of the opening matches, England faced Scotland in a battle of football’s oldest rivals, which ended in a 0-0 draw.
Ferguson was asked about his thoughts leading up to the game and gave Sancho an enthusiastic reference “I think Jadon Sancho, with his hand-to-hand duels, as an assistant and scorer, is extremely dangerous,” he told SportBild via Sport Witness.
“He has a lot of potential, he helps the team. That is why he will be invaluable to England during the tournament.”
England reached the final of Euro 2020, where Sancho saved a penalty when the Three Lions lost to Italy. However, the 21-year-old’s imminent arrival at Old Trafford is causing a stir in several clubs eager to serve
But Sancho only had eyes for United in a big boost to Solskjaer’s efforts this summer.
The Norwegian is eager to reactivate the team in the transfer window and has several other goals.