£190,000-a-week star ready to secure Manchester United move – Report

Rice and Sancho for England

Manchester United have not replaced the likes of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez as yet and they are badly missing top scorer Marcus Rashford (injured) in the attacking third.

In the summer, the Red Devils must splash the cash to strengthen their offense and they are once again linked with England international Jadon Sancho.

Transfer: £90million move to Man Utd would see playmaker earn £200,000-a-week – Report

Yesterday, Sky Sports claimed that Manchester United and Chelsea are interested in signing the 19-year-old attacker, who has been in world class form for Borussia Dortmund, who want £100million from the sale of their prized asset.

On the other hand, as per Mirror Sport, the teenage starlet is ready to snub other offers in order to secure Manchester United move in the summer. It is mentioned that the Old Trafford outfit, who are in pole position, would make the youngster earn over £200,000-a-week.

It must be remembered that last year, Sancho signed a new deal with the German club and currently earns around £190,000-a-week (The Mail).

In the current campaign, the former Manchester City winger has made 29 appearances (all competitions) under the management of Lucien Favre and directly contributed in 32 goals (15 goals and 17 assists).

In the last 10 league games, The Three Lions attacker has directly contributed in no fewer than 17 goals.

The Bundesliga star can play on either flank and even as a secondary striker if needed but mainly, he plays on the right wing. He has already made 11 appearances for the senior international team under Gareth Southgate and scored 2 goals.

The player’s discipline is actually a serious concern. Earlier in the campaign, he was fined and suspended by BvB for not arriving on time after the international break (The Mirror). Moreover, back in November, the manager opted to bench him vs Barca because he arrived late for the team meeting before the contest (Bild).

In your opinion, should Manchester United break the bank to sign Jadon Sancho?

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