Following the signing of Jadon Sancho by Manchester United from German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund this summer, there have been questions raised about the future of forward Mason Greenwood at the club. Both United and Dortmund confirmed in their official statements via their respective social media handles that they had reached an agreement for the transfer of the England international attacker to Old Trafford this summer but while it has been a great piece of news, there could be a little problem as well.

With Sancho costing United £73 million, he is expected to walk straight into the starting XI of manager Olé Gunnar Solksjær as it would be unwise to sign a player for such a huge amount and place him on the bench. And that's where the problem comes in for the other attackers at the club, including Greenwood. England youngster Greenwood has been a bright prospect for the Red Devils since making his first-team debut under Solksjær some months ago and he has continued to rise from strength to strength as well. However, his position in the team is under huge threat because of Sancho's imminent arrival.

United now have a wealth of options in attack, which includes the likes of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, Edinson Cavani, Daniel James, Juan Mata, Mason Greenwood, and of course, the incoming Jadon Sancho. However, it is expected that Solksjær sticks to a starting front-three selection from Rashford, Cavani, Sancho, and Martial, leaving Greenwood out of the mix.

But according to the club's legend Wayne Rooney, Greenwood still has a huge impact to make at Old Trafford and he should brace himself for the coming season. Rooney said Sir Alex Ferguson had a lot of attackers during his time at the club and he knew how to mix them well, and the same could be repeated.