Adrian Clarke analyses players who have changed clubs this summer and can make an impact in 2021/22.
Sancho is a gifted young winger who guarantees goals and assists for Manchester United.
Across the last three campaigns with Borussia Dortmund, the 21-year-old has started an average of 25 league matches per season.
During that period Sancho produced more than one direct goal involvement per start, scoring 37 goals and providing 41 assists.
His addition to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's forward line provides Man Utd with a significant boost in firepower.
Sancho is predominantly right-footed but can operate anywhere across the forward line.
He impressed on both flanks and occasionally through the middle with Dortmund.
Most of Sancho's direct goal involvements last season were from either central or left-sided areas.
He regularly made in-roads off the back of sharp runs in behind opposition right-backs and by swinging right-footed crosses into the penalty area from the left.
When used as a right winger, most of Sancho's end-product came when he moved infield into a more central position.
If Rashford misses the start of 2021/22 with a shoulder problem, Sancho should be used on the left of United's forward line which suits him well.
United scored six goals from fast breakaways last season and Sancho's style of play will only help them improve in that department.
He is quick and positive in the way he carries the ball towards goal, while using his pace to test defenders with rapid bursts in and out of possession.
This direct approach will help the Red Devils turn defence into attack more frequently.
Last season several teams racked up more "direct attacks" than Solskjaer's men, so Sancho's arrival is a stylistic boost.
Sancho's ball-carrying is also exceptional, with only three Bundesliga players completing more successful dribbles than the England international last term.
His key pass stats are just as impressive, a reward for his calm decision-making inside the final third.
|2020/21||Per 90||Bundesliga rank|
|Big chances created||0.6||7|
* Minimum 500 minutes played
Man Utd have recruited a brilliant young talent that is sure to energise the team and make them an even more formidable opponent.
Part 1: Man Utd sign Sancho from Borussia Dortmund
Part 3: FPL additions: Double up on Fernandes and Sancho?
Part 4: FPL signings: Sancho will shake up midfields
Part 5: FPL experts on how Sancho will perform this season
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