Manchester United have been interested in luring Jadon Sancho for some time but the latest reports do not really seem positive.
In the current crisis situation due to coronavirus, businesses all over the world have suffered financially and the same goes for football. This time around, the transfer market should be different taking into consideration all the losses.
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However, reports suggest that Dortmund are in no mood of lowering the fee for Jadon Sancho and the Red Devils have been told to meet the asking price if they want to sign the winger in the summer.
As per The Standard, Man United are favorites to sign the England international, they are not looking to make any profit but are hoping to save millions in the market that has very much changed due to COVID-19 pandemic.
As per David Ornstein, the Old Trafford outfit are the most proactive in the pursuit to sign the 20-year-old attacker but Dortmund have made it clear that they would only take a mammoth offer of 120 million euros (£107million) to let their prized asset leave.
The former Man City starlet has been in terrific from for BvB in the current campaign. In all competitions, he has made 36 appearances this term and directly contributed in as many goals (17 goals and 19 assists).
Yesterday, the German Bundesliga returned to action and Lucien Favre’s men defeated rivals Schalke 4-0 at the Signal Iduna Park. Sancho played a bit-part role as a substitute and only featured for 11 minutes in the second half.
At Old Trafford, United do need to improve their wide-attacking positions. They have not adequately replaced big money flop Sanchez as yet. On the other hand, Daniel James, who was lured last summer, has not netted a goal in the Premier League since his first month (August) with the club.
Jadon Sancho has the talent to amplify the quality of Solskjaer’s attack but should the Norwegian boss spend £107million to get his signing done?
I totally don’t agree paying that exorbitant amount.
If its paid in 3 seasons instalments may be its OK.
If its to be paid once no..
We can then stay with the wingers we have and reinforce a striker’s and AM positions.
Then he runs his contract down so Dortmund is forced to sell.