Jadon Sancho continues to impress for Borussia Dortmund with the teenager scoring the opener and then turning provider as his side put five goals past Union Berlin at the weekend to maintain their hopes of winning the Bundesliga title.
His strike also made him the youngest ever player to score 25 goals in the German top-flight.
Former Manchester City youngster Sancho has scored nine and set up another seven goals in his past nine league games and the price on his head for the major clubs who would like to land his signature (with both Manchester United and Liverpool consistently linked) in the summer is increasing all the time.
Having formed a formidable front three with Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling for England over the course of the current campaign, Sancho will potentially head into March’s friendly double-header as Gareth Southgate’s main attacking threat as Kane and Marcus Rashford are currently injured and Sterling is going through a barren patch in relation to the high standards he has set since the start of last season.
That will provide further validation to his decision to move abroad at such a young age in search of first-team football.