Manchester United are Jadon Sancho’s dream destination but Borussia Dortmund ready to play hardball by ‘demanding at least £100m for him this summer’… and forward is expected back in training on Thursday

  • Jadon Sancho looks set to be one of the biggest transfers of the summer window
  • The Borussia Dortmund forward is being targeted by Manchester United 
  • United are reportedly Sancho’s dream move but Dortmund won’t make it easy
  • They are unwilling to reduce their £100m price despite the coronavirus crisis 
  • Sancho will return to training on Thursday, with Dortmund prepared for his sale 

Manchester United will have to pay full price if they want to make Jadon Sancho’s dreams a reality this summer, with Borussia Dortmund set to demand £100m. 

United completed a spectacular turnaround on Sunday after a miserable first half of the season, beating Leicester 2-0 to claim a Champions League spot and ensuring they will be far more attractive to potential signings. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have been strongly liked to Sancho, with Old Trafford understood to be his preferred destination this summer.  

Manchester United will have to cough-up more than £100m to land Jadon Sancho this summer

Manchester United will have to cough-up more than £100m to land Jadon Sancho this summer

Borussia Dortmund will not lower their price for the winger despite the coronavirus crisis

Borussia Dortmund will not lower their price for the winger despite the coronavirus crisis

United are desperate to land the Londoner but could face tough negotiations for the star

United are desperate to land the Londoner but could face tough negotiations for the star 

Dortmund are sticking by their valuation of the Englishman despite the coronavirus’ impact on football’s finances but are bracing for United to rustle-up the money and steal the 20-year-old, according to Kicker. 

The winger is set for a return to training on Thursday as Dortmund prepare for next season, hoping to challenge Bayern Munich once again after the dominant Bavarians stormed to the 2019-20 title. 

Sancho’s exit would be a blow to that target, with the forward contributing a stunning 20 goals and 20 assists in 44 games during what is expected to be his final season in Germany.  

Sancho's crucial goals at Dortmund this season mean they are unlikely to let him go easily

Sancho’s crucial goals at Dortmund this season mean they are unlikely to let him go easily

source: dailymail.co.uk

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