Jadon Sancho has given the splendid performance for Borussia Dortmund. For Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino, this is not a surprising matter because he had already marked him down as a “massive prospect” for past few years.
On Wednesday, when the two sides meet in their Champions League last-16 first leg at Wembley, the 18-year-old winger’s form for the German league leaders has earned him England caps and he will be a danger man against Spurs. At a press conference, Pochettino told the reporters that Sancho had been on his radar for a while before he started making headlines.
“He doesn’t surprise me,” said Pochettino. “We knew very well that he was capable of doing what he’s doing now, with game time. We were talking in the last few years that he was a massive prospect,” he added.
Jadon Sancho forgot his passport and delayed Borussia Dortmund’s flight to London as they jet in for Champions League last-16 clash with Tottenham. Sancho is not Pochettino’s main concern for the game and he will be without England stars Harry Kane and Dele Alli. The 46-year-old had good progress but due to his ankle and hamstring injuries, he did not train on Tuesday. Danny Rose was also left back because of his injury during Sunday’s win over Leicester City.
“It’s impossible for him (Rose) to start from the beginning, we need to assess in the morning (Wednesday) whether he will be on the bench,” said Pochettino.

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