‘Everyone is loving it’ – Man Utd star Sancho reveals the two best changes under Ten Hag
Jadon Sancho believes the confusion at Manchester United has subsided since Erik ten Hag was appointed manager.
England forward believes the Dutchman has brought clarity to Old Trafford.
Man United won 1-0 at Leicester on Thursday, moving them up to fifth in the Premier League.
Sancho has played for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick since signing from Borussia Dortmund last summer, but Ten Hag believes he has made an immediate impact since joining from Ajax.
“I would say (there’s) more information, a clearer plan and what to do, especially in some sections of the pitch,” he said. Definitely.
“We’re concentrating on our training style of play. Some of it is visible, and some are due to our players’ intellect in developing and getting to know one another.
“We’re training together more, and as you can see from preseason, we’re playing well together.” We’re playing in the manner that the manager prefers. At the moment, everyone is in love with it.”
Sancho’s second goal of the season sealed United’s third straight victory, the club’s first in the Premier League since April 2021.
It’s a comeback after losing to Brighton on an opening day and getting thrashed 4-0 at Brentford three weeks ago.
“It’s been a long time (since winning three straight games), but every week will be challenging, and we have to be ready to keep this momentum going,” Sancho added.
“We knew we had to wake up after the Brentford game; we’ve now won three games in a row, and we need to keep this going and maybe win some more.”
“We committed to the game plan like the manager requested, and we work hard in every training session to get better and better.”
Man United now face leaders Arsenal on Sunday, having closed the gap to six points, with Mikel Arteta’s side having won all five league games this season.
“They’ve won five out of five, so we know Arsenal is going to be a tough game; we’ll have to be ready; I’m sure the boys will heal now and be ready for Sunday,” Sancho continued.