Jadon Sancho will have to push to get himself moved to EPL club Manchester United, despite reports suggesting that Man United and his current employers Borussia Dortmund were nearing an agreement over Sancho’s transfer, according to the Mirror, that’s not the case.
With the clubs still locked in towards Sancho’s valuation, it could take the 20-year-old to make sure the transfer goes through by making it clear and be heard from him that he wants to move to Old Trafford. check our latest football news about, Atletico Madrid seals third place, Real Sociedad and Granada qualified for Europe.
Borussia Dortmund are looking for potential replacements as they still believe Manchester United are likely to come back to acquire the England star this summer.
Dortmund ideally want £120m for Sancho’s value, they have made it clear they will not take less than £100m but United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has insisted their spending will be greatly impacted by the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Red Devils will still have money to spend, but the assumption is that transfer fees will be greatly affected and they may have to wait 12 months to get their top transfer target unless they can reach some sort of alternatives.
United also seeks for a Champions League place next season, which would make a huge difference to them both financially and would also add a boost attracting top players.
Dortmund do sense already that Sancho is ready to move to this summer and there has been huge interest tied with him from Chelsea, Liverpool, Real Madrid and also from his former club Manchester City all linked.
But if he moves this summer then United remain in pole position for one of the most exciting young talents in Europe which would be another major addition to their squad.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has seen Anthony Martial form an exceptional partnership together with Marcus Rashford, while Mason Greenwood is also developing into a prolific Premier League forward.
The addition of another top international would be an amazing firepower for United who have been talking to Dortmund for months about a potential transfer.