Dwight Yorke believes Jadon Sancho is on “borrowed time” at Manchester United.
The winger cost £73 million when he was signed from Borussia Dortmund in 2021.
But Sancho has missed swathes of his two seasons with injuries.
And he has just 11 goals in 76 games under three different managers.
Reports now claim Erik ten Hag is running out of patience with the wide-man.
United’s Dutch gaffer hopes to bring in at least one new forward this summer.
And Sancho could be sacrificed as United also look to raise funds for a midfielder.
One man who believes “mystery” Sancho faces an exit is former United striker and Treble icon Yorke.
He reckons there’s every chance Sancho will be cast aside this summer for a replacement signing.
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And even if Sancho stays, he will have to quickly prove himself or else risk being dumped in the window after.
Yorke told the Mirror: “It’s one of a mystery really. He had so much potential and hope for the likes of Man Utd.
“Huge investment, really did an amazing job when he was at Dortmund.
“Somehow the transition from there to Manchester hasn’t really worked out in the way that we all thought it might for him.
“Really struggled, whether it’s from a mental point of view, which seems to be well documented. He hasn’t really lived up to the price tag.
“So yeah he’s on borrowed time, I suppose, if you have to be fair in many respects.
“He hasn’t really produced the goods that we expect of him.”