But Solskjaer feels the England international will love life at Old Trafford, especially once he plays in front of a packed out Stretford End.
United are hoping to deploy the Dortmund star on the right wing of their attack, an area they’ve struggled in since Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure in 2009.
And, if that happens, they’ll boast one of the most formidable attacks on the planet.
Sancho will likely play with Marcus Rashford on the opposite flank and Bruno Fernandes down the middle, with the likes of Amad and Mason Greenwood then used from the bench.
And, up top, would be Edinson Cavani – who extended his stay with the club earlier in the campaign having previously been on the radar of Boca Juniors.
United legend Gary Neville thinks Sancho won’t necessarily be needed, however, if Solskjaer sees Greenwood as a right winger for the long term.
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