Manchester United’s new boy Jadon Sancho has found himself in the firing line of Red Devils legend Paul Ince.
Sancho arrived in Manchester from Borussia Dortmund over the summer for almost £80million, but his arrival was immediately overshadowed by United’s acquisition of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ince was not impressed by the English winger after his arrival at Old Trafford.
Ince was an integral part of Sir Alex Ferguson’s United team in the 1990s. He spent six years in Manchester’s red half.
He has criticized Sancho for his’showboating’ following United’s elimination from the Carabao Cup.
“I get that Sancho is still learning, he’s still young,” Ince vented to The United Stand.
“But this is not a FIFA game, it’s not all about dribbling and trying to beat two, three, four players or little flicks and that.
“It’s nice to see them off, but Sancho and Lingard should be playing proper football.”
Sancho wasn’t the only player in Ince’s firing line, and he also blasted Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial for similar reasons.
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“Honestly, it winds me up! If you watch players like [Ryan] Giggs, they get it and they pass, one-twos and get one-on-one.” he continued.
“We just want to keep running with the ball.
“That’s what Martial saw, that’s what I saw at times with Lingard. And that’s where Sancho needs to understand that it’s more than just dribbling.
“Sometimes you can pass your way through players and get yourself in the box.”
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Ince’s most critical comments to the Frenchman were reserved for when he questioned United’s commitment.
“I just looked at Martial’s body language and I was thinking, ‘Does he actually want to be out there on a Wednesday night?’, and some players do that.
“Martial’s body language is evident. He didn’t want out there.