Jadon Sancho lifts lid on why he left Man City and his relationship with Pep Guardiola
But Sancho says his development at City, where he spent two years in the academy, has made him the player he is today.
“I still have love for Pep, I still love everyone at the club, because they took me from Watford and helped me develop into who I am today, and obviously going to Dortmund.
“They helped with a bigger step for me – making my debut. And now I’ve made my debut I’ve expressed myself and now I’m in the position where I am today.
Sancho has also struck up a friendship with City winger Raheem Sterling from his days at the CFA, as well as with the England national team, and the youngster says having such a role model is important.
“It’s good to chill with Raheem,” he said. “He just gives me advice on what I should do and what I should not do, and it helps me a lot.
“It’s good, I like him and he’s obviously from London himself and I look up to him, so it’s good to chill with him. He just gives me advice on what I should do and what I should not do, and it helps me a lot.
“It’s nice, it’s nice getting it from Raheem, because he’s a great player. Everyone from London, especially playing football, looks up to him.
“The media was on his back, and I remember some things that were said about him that just weren’t true and I’m so happy that he’s flipped it around and now everyone’s just backing off him because he’s such a great guy and so humble.”