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- The 17-year-old impressed during the club's winter training camp in Marbella
- Sancho made two brief substitute appearances for the first team last yearÂ
- He will be in contention for outing in clash against Wolfsburg on Sunday
Borussia Dortmund coach Peter Stoger has suggested the club's England Under-19 international Jadon Sancho could play a prominent role in the second half of the Bundesliga season, describing him as 'very, very talented'.
The 17-year-old joined Dortmund from Manchester City in August and made two brief substitute appearances for the first team last year.
Sancho has impressed Stoger during the club's winter training camp in Marbella and will be in contention for another outing when Dortmund return to Bundesliga action at home to Wolfsburg on Sunday.
Dortmund winger Jado Sancho impressed during the club's winter training camp in Marbella
'Jadon had a decent training camp. For him it was a good step forward,' said Stoger, who started the season as Cologne boss and revealed they had also been interested in the player.
He added at a press conference: 'We now have to see how he handles the situation.
'He has really good quality, even if he sometimes overplays and is not focused enough on the final product.
'Jadon is a very, very talented and impulsive guy.'
Dortmund head into the second half of the season in third place in the table.
Sancho could play a prominent role for Dortmund in the second half of the Bundesliga season