JADON SANCHO has opened up on his tattoos, which include a poem paying tribute to his late little brother.
The new Manchester United signing tragically lost his younger sibling while he was at primary school.
Sancho, now 21, wrote a poem paying tribute at the time.
And it is now always with him in the form of body art.
Speaking to Man United’s official club media, he said: “This is my first one and the most meaningful one because my little brother passed away when he was younger.
“When I was in primary school, I wrote a poem that I read at the funeral, so this is definitely my most meaningful one.”
The poem in tribute reads: “You and me will stay together, you made us happy, you brought us joy, you were a special baby boy.
“I couldn’t wait till you grew up, teach you football and win the cup.
“But you’re gone what can I do? Baby brother, we love you.”
Sancho also has a nod to his sister printed on his body.
He added: “The rest around [the poem] are birds, heaven, an angel, a butterfly and then I have my sister’s and my brother’s initials.”
In addition to his family tributes, comic fan Sancho also has a number of cartoons tattooed on him – and vows there’s more to come.
He continued: “Then here I kind of freestyled because I liked comics when I was younger.
“This isn’t finished yet – obviously there’s Spiderman, Sonic, The Simpsons…I haven’t finished yet so there’s more to come.”
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