English wonder kid Jadon Sancho, who recently joined German giants Borussia Dortmund, is now being eyed up by Spanish super club Real Madrid who have been impressed by his progress, according to the Mirror.
The 17-year old has become a big name in the footballing world following his historic move to Borussia Dortmund. The winger became the first Englishman ever to sign for the German club when he joined from Manchester City on deadline day for a fee of £8m.
One of England’s brightest young talents, Sancho has been impressing at the Under-17 World Cup and bagged three goals and two assists in the group stage of the prestigious competition.
Sancho made further history when he made his debut for Dortmund on Saturday, coming on as an 84th minute substitute in his side’s 2-2 draw away at Eintracht Frankfurt. His appearance in this game made him the first English player ever to play in a Bundesliga game for Dortmund.
With such a meteoric rise having already occurred despite Sancho’s young age it is little surprise that Real Madrid are expressing an interest in the youngster. Los Blancos have reportedly sent scouts to watch the Englishman and the Bernabeu could well be a place that features in the talented winger’s future.