The former Man City man is all but a Man United player, barring an official announcement.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has cleared up on what is causing a hold-up for Manchester United in making an official announcement for Jadon Sancho.
After a drawn-out saga, Manchester United finally reached an agreement with Borussia Dortmund last month to sign Sancho.
The deal is reportedly worth €90 million with add ons, with the 21-year-old winger agreeing to a five-year contract until 2026.
To the annoyance of United’s fanbase, however, the Red Devils are yet to confirm the transfer despite the player even having completed his medical.
“From what I understand only paperwork, small little details, hopefully we can announce something,” said Solskjaer, per Manchester Evening News.
“Let’s get all the paperwork done and get him over the line and then I can say what I truly feel about the player.”
Solskjaer was speaking after his side’s first pre-season friendly match against Derby County. Tahith Chong and Facundo Pellistri scored in either half as Man United sealed a 2-1 victory.
The Norwegian manager added: “The first game is always difficult, it’s the first test of 45 minutes, big pitch, took a bit of time to get going, loads of young players getting their chance to play with some of the first-team ones.”