• Jadon Sancho finally made his way to Old Trafford this summer
  • He is yet to start with the first team as he learns their playstyle
  • Jamie Carragher notes that Sancho could become a "superstar"

The love for Manchester United’s summer transferee Jadon Sancho is increasing by the day.

Sancho has been featured in the past two fixtures for the Red Devils, and he is yet to score a goal as he starts to settle into the new sights and sounds of Old Trafford.

The England international team player has been a longtime target by Manchester United and having him join the group this year seems like a dream come true.

His arrival to the club was an indication that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side was finally ready to go all-in on the pursuit of an English Premier League title, an honor that the club has missed out on since the 2012-13 season.

Former Liverpool defender-turned-TV analyst Jamie Carragher gave Sancho a boost this early on into his Manchester United career as he spoke on Sky Sports on Monday night.

“I think he could be a superstar, I really do,” said Carragher.

“You look at his numbers in German football. Gary [Neville] has mentioned that they need this player on the right side, at times I think he is as good on the left if you look at his stats.”

In 26 Bundesliga games for Borussia Dortmund last season, the 21-year-old scored eight goals and created scoring opportunities for others with 11 assists.

Extend those stats to all competitions, and Sancho ends up with 38 appearances and 16 goals.

Sancho’s experience with the Bundesliga giants stretches back to 2017 when he jumped from Manchester City to Borussia Dortmund, where he was inserted immediately into the club’s first team.

He would go on to have a fruitful partnership with fellow Manchester United transfer target Erling Haaland for the 2020-21 season.

The Sancho effect has yet to kick into full gear at Old Trafford, but Manchester United fans are more than excited for his arrival.

Paul Pogba looks to remain loyal to Manchester United despite being linked to other teams this transfer window. He is expected to play a massive part in their chase for the league trophy.

The Red Devils have been close to a silverware in the past four years, but as Sancho gets more comfortable with his team, this may be the season that they lift the league trophy once again.