Tiger Punch, September 26 News Manchester United frequently reported scandals with Sancho this summer, but they have been unable to reach an agreement with the parties. Carragher also talked about Sancho's problem in a recent column, saying that if Manchester United feel that Sancho is not worth 108 million pounds, they should abandon him as soon as possible to pursue new goals. Carragher also believes that Manchester United's transfer strategy after 2013 is not long-term.
Carragher wrote: "As of this transfer window, Manchester United has not satisfied Dortmund's asking price for Sancho. It seems that they want to change their image of always buying at a premium."
"Sancho is indeed a very good player, but is he really worth 108 million pounds?
"If Manchester United felt that Sancho was worth the price, then the transaction would have been completed. What makes me puzzled is that if Manchester United felt that he was not worth the price, why didn't they forget Sancho to look forward?"
"If this is not the right signing, even if giving up Sancho makes fans feel frustrated, they should look forward and sign another player who can strengthen the team."
Carragher also talked about Manchester United's coach selection and signing in recent years: "
"Man City hired Guardiola, so Manchester United also wanted to hire an elite coach without considering whether Mourinho's style is suitable for the Old Trafford team."
"When Mourinho failed, they found a club legend, Solskjaer, to appease the fans and buy time."
"When Sochow led the team with a good record, he also got a chance to get a positive. At that time, the club's senior management knew that if he changed to another giant, Sochow would not be able to make the coach candidate list, but the fans liked the idea of keeping him. ."
"This kind of short-term decision also appears in Manchester United's transfer strategy after 2013. Every coach after taking office will be able to do so when the pressure doubles.
"Looking at Manchester United's decision to sign Sanchez in the first place, this is more like robbing Manchester City, rather than signing a player that Manchester United needs."
"When the player's salary requirements became a bit ridiculous, Manchester City rejected him, and they acted more like a bigger and better club."