JADON SANCHO has been keeping himself in tip-top shape while on holiday in America after working out in a Manchester United shirt.
The 22-year-old is looking to make a huge impression on new boss Erik ten Hag when he reports back for pre-season training on June 27.Jadon Sancho worked out in a Manchester United top while out in America[/caption] Red Devils winger Sancho is due to report back for pre-season training on June 27[/caption]
Sancho has been making the most of his pre-season break after failing to be named in Gareth Southgate’s England Nations League squad.
The former Borussia Dortmund winger took a trip to Jamaica at the end of last month following United‘s sixth-placed finish in the Premier League.
And he then jetted off to the States where he showed his 8.5 million Instagram followers his private jet before attending the Super Jam hip-hop festival in New Jersey.
He is now basking in the Los Angeles sun where he is keeping on top of his fitness before returning to Carrington.
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Sancho uploaded a clip of himself on his Instagram story after a run while wearing United’s home jersey for the 2021-22 campaign.
Three Lions gaffer Southgate recently told the forward he has “a lot to do” if he wishes to be named in his World Cup squad later this year.
Both Sancho and United team-mate Marcus Rashford was omitted from the latest England squad due to their poor club form.
Speaking recently, Southgate was asked whether United’s failure to secure Champions League football would physically benefit his England players ahead of the World Cup.
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To which he said: “We’ve only got one with us [Harry Maguire].
“They’ve got a lot to do to get back in the squad.”
He also remarked: “Whenever there’s a question about Man United it lands in their lap and becomes a bigger deal than everything else.
“With every player, if they’re playing well for their club then they’re going to be in our consideration, simple as that.
“”There are lots of players who have the ambition of being in the squad for Qatar and it’s a challenge for all of them to look forward to.”