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Jadon Sancho, the young soccer talent who plays for the England national team, is in the headlines with the way he’s playing, and for soccer card collectors, that means Jadon Sancho rookie cards are in demand.
And while hot young talents such as Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe have already been in the spotlight on the pitch and in the hobby, Sancho is primed to be a candidate joining that top-tier list.
If you’re looking to invest in some of his rookie cards, here are some of the ones we like best.
2018 Topps Chrome UEFA Rookie Card
Some of his graded base cards are still relatively affordable but there are parallels available that are more limited at higher price points.
It’s a nice card on chromium stock featuring Sancho in his yellow club uniform playing for Borussia Dortmund.
2018 Donruss Optic Rookie Card #189
For the collectors who like to see Sancho in his white uniform playing for the England national team, this card is for you.
Like the aforementioned Topps Chrome card, the Donruss Optic also comes in a variety of parallels for those who like to chase the rainbow.
2018 Panini Immaculate Rookie Card
Here’s a clean looking card with Sancho again featured in his yellow Borussia Dortmund uniform.
With a low serial number and the higher end Panini Immaculate brand, this one is more for the high-end collectors.
MORE INFO ON JADON SANCHO: Jadon Sancho, the young English winger, is a dynamic attacking player, capable of scoring and setting up goals at the highest level of the sport.
He made his first-team debut for Manchester City in a League Cup match against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Then in the summer of 2017, Sancho went to Borussia Dortmund.
The German club paid a reported fee of 8 million pounds for the young winger, making him one of the most expensive teenagers in the history of soccer.
At Dortmund, Sancho quickly became a fan favorite at the club. In his first season with Dortmund, Sancho scored four goals and provided seven assists in 12 starts and 12 substitute appearances.
Sancho continued his success during his second season with Dortmund, scoring 12 goals and provided 14 assists in 34 league appearances, helping the club finish second in the Bundesliga and reach the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League.
Sancho’s performances earned him a place in the Bundesliga Team of the Season.
He also earned a call-up to the England national team, making his debut for the Three Lions in October 2018. He has since become a regular in the England squad and played a key role in the team’s run to the semifinals of the 2019 UEFA Nations League.
Sancho was also a part of the squad that reached the final of Euro 2020 and scored his first goal for England in a 5-3 win over Kosovo.
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