Jadon Sancho picks his 'Ultimate Team', featuring Lionel Messi and Paul Pogba

Jadon Sancho has picked his 'Ultimate Team'

The sky really is the limit for Borussia Dortmund starlet Jadon Sancho.

Few players in world football have been as prolific in front of goal as the English forward in 2019/20, with Sancho scoring 20 goals and assisting another 20 in his 44 games in all competitions.

Despite being just 20-years-old, the Dortmund man is already revered as one of the best players in the world and a shoe-in to start for England at Euro 2021.

However, he's still not quite good enough to stake a claim for a place in people's 'World XIs'. Those are reserved for the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar and Kevin De Bruyne.

But that doesn't mean Sancho himself can't have a go at naming his own 'Ultimate Team' and three of the four aforementioned superstars make the Dortmund man's XI.

The unfortunate soul to miss out? Ronaldo. The 20-year-old sat down with Dortmund's YouTube channel to pick his side and you can watch the full video below.

Sancho's XI:

Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Achraf Hakimi, Virgil van Dijk, Sergio Ramos, Raphael Guerreiro, Kevin De Bruyne, Paul Pogba, Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, Robert Lewandowski, Neymar.

Sancho's 'Ultimate Team'

Not bad, eh?

The Dortmund man was full of praise for his - potentially - future Manchester United teammate Pogba, saying: "He's very skilful and I like players that try things that are different to others, so he's very good."

Sancho has continually been linked with a move to United in recent months and the prospect of him slotting into the Red Devils' current side is a mouth-watering one indeed.

Imagine a forward line of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Sancho, with Mason Greenwood ready to either make an impact from the bench? Absolute carnage.

Rashford & Sancho with England

Then you'd have both Bruno Fernandes and Pogba supplying them from midfield; sounds too good to be true doesn't it United fans?

Well, Sancho is keen on a move to Old Trafford this summer, with personal terms reportedly agreed between the two parties.

All that's left to do is meet Dortmund's financial demands, which in the current climate will sadly be easier said than done...

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