Former BVB midfielder believes that Man Utd transfer news will only unsettle Sancho and he should stay at his German club.
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was one of the most anticipated moves in the summer transfer window. The Red Devils made Sancho their number one priority for their market actions but
’s reported £120 million fee demand hindered the transfer from taking place. In a recent interview with Daily Star, Former BVB player Paul lambert has spoken about Sancho’s future and has urged the player to consider staying at Dortmund as an option.
I understand people saying that he’s a young kid and that he isn’t performing as well as he has been but now he is starting to really play.
I think the talk of Manchester United would unsettle him being a British guy, but he has got a special club in Borussia Dortmund.
Once the fans come back, as he knows himself, there is no better place to play football because the atmosphere is incredible.
Hopefully he helps the team to success
Lambert who has won the 1997 Champions League trophy with Dortmund believes that Lucien Favre’s team has enough quality to end Bayern’s dominance over theBundesliga
“I think this could be the year. With all the young guys like [Erling] Haaland, Sancho, Giovanni Reyna and Jude Bellingham, alongside Marcos Reus, Mats Hummels, Thomas Meunier and Axel Witsel - they have top players.
“Hopefully this is the moment where they can overcome Bayern Munich, I think the club need a title whether it’s the Bundesliga or the Champions League or the DFB Cup.
“They have been so close in the last few years and hopefully, from an ex-Dortmund player, this is when they can get it. They’re going to have to overcome a really strong Bayern team.
“Everyone knows that they are really, really strong, but hopefully this season is the year that they can get it.”