In his two seasons in Germany, the 19-year-old winger has become one of the world’s most hotly anticipated prospects after he finished the 2018/19 Bundesliga campaign with 14 assists; the most in the league.
This term, the England international has continued his fine Bundesliga form with two goals and three assists in three appearances.
When questioned on a return to England, while speaking to the media ahead of England’s Euro 2020 qualifiers against Kosovo and Bulgaria, Sancho said to the Daily Mirror: “I just try to stay focused on my game.”
Sancho’s move to Germany from Manchester City’s academy was initially thought of as a significant risk by the youngster himself, though his success has instigated a wave of fellow young Englishmen to join him in the Bundesliga.
However, of all the homegrown English players who have spent time abroad in recent seasons, Sancho has the potential to be the most successful English export this century, after only narrowly missing out on winning the league title last term.
Currently, Dortmund sit fifth in the table, having played three games, winning two and losing one.