Man Utd fans are licking their lips at the prospect of signing Jadon Sancho after reading into a teasing tweet from Marcus Rashford.
The duo are together on England duty having linked up with the rest of the squad at Middlesbrough’s Rockliffe training ground after being given extra time to recover from their club exploits.
Rashford posted a picture of himself and Sancho enjoying an England training session, labelling the Borussia Dortmund starlet his: “Little bro.”
There’s nothing special about two team-mates getting along in training, but it was a response from the agency who represent Rashford which set tongues wagging.
D N May Sports Management, which is run by Rashford’s brothers, Dwaine Maynard and Dane Rashford, replied: “Just two lads enjoying each other’s company.”
One United fan decided to get in on the exchange, adding: “May enjoy each others company a bit more soon.”
The agency replied back with a wink emoji, leading some fans to speculate that Sancho could soon join Rashford at Old Trafford.
One wrote: “They know something we don't, or maybe the admin is playin with us.”
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Another person said: “Why his agency throwing hints”
“Rashford’s management team hinting at the Sancho transfer”, was the view of a third.
Others wrote: “Agent Rashford” and “Oh S***.”
Sancho has been on United’s radar for some time and almost moved to Old Trafford last summer.
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The Red Devils lodged a £91.3million bid for the 21-year-old star which was rejected by Dortmund.
United are expected to go back in for Sancho when the transfer window reopens as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer embarks on a squad rebuild.
Other names who could arrive in the close season include Kieran Trippier, Tom Heaton and Real Madrid centre-half Raphael Varane.
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