SAN-WOAH Jadon Sancho hits the gym as he steps up bid to be ready for new season after Man Utd’s friendly was axed

JADON SANCHO has hit the gym as he gets ready for his Manchester United debut next month.


Posted Saturday, July 31, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk

The England star has not yet started training with the Red Devils after his exertions with the Three Lions at Euro 2020.

SAN-WOAH Jadon Sancho hits the gym as he steps up bid to be ready for new season after Man Utd’s friendly was axed
Sancho lifted weights in the sunshine

SAN-WOAH Jadon Sancho hits the gym as he steps up bid to be ready for new season after Man Utd’s friendly was axed
The England star went through gruelling sit-ups

SAN-WOAH Jadon Sancho hits the gym as he steps up bid to be ready for new season after Man Utd’s friendly was axed
New Manchester United winger Sancho is putting in the hard yards

SAN-WOAH Jadon Sancho hits the gym as he steps up bid to be ready for new season after Man Utd’s friendly was axed
The 21-year-old grimaces as he works out Credit: Instagram / @sanchooo10

But if his Instagram feed is anything to go by, he is making sure that he is absolutely ready for when he does.

The ripped winger showed off pictures from what looked to be an intense workout on social media.

Sancho, 21, completed sit-ups and lifted weights with his shirt off as he prepares to link up with Marcus Rashford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Co at Carrington for the first time.

Fans will be desperate to see him make his debut for the club when the Red Devils take on Everton at Old Trafford on August 7.

And they were loving this post, with one writing: "The prem ain’t ready."

While another added: "Looking fit for next season."

And former Man United winger Memphis Depay wrote: "Let’s go! "

Sancho and his fellow England stars were warned by Solskjaer that if they weren't in tip-top shape, that they'd be benched to start the season.

The Norwegian, 49, said: "With the boys who’ve not come back yet, I’ve not got a Scooby-Doo how they are fitness wise.

"Everyone’s due in on Monday, they’ve got two weeks until the first game and that means it’s three weeks since their last game ­— Fred at the Copa America and the English finalists.

"So we’ll see how they are, what fitness levels they’re at, because it’s also down to what they’ve done during the holidays.

"I can’t just throw them in if they’re not fit enough."

Solskjaer saw his pre-season plans hit a roadblock this week, when this weekend's scheduled friendly with Preston was postponed due to an outbreak of Covid-19 in the Red Devils camp.



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