Man Utd can finally agree signing of £190,000-a-week star – Report

Rice and Sancho for England

Manchester United were heavily interested in signing Jadon Sancho last summer but the move could not go through.

If the latest reports in the media are anything to go by then Man Utd can finally agree the signing of the £190,000-a-week star (The Mail) in the next summer transfer window.

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As per a recent report covered by Sport Bild (via SW), Borussia Dortmund are ready to sell the 20-year-old right winger to the Red Devils.

The renowned German outlet have claimed that the Bundesliga side, who valued Sancho at 120 million euros last summer, expect losses of worth 75 million euros this term. Therefore, they need to raise funds and for that, the Three Lions star could be sold.

Sport Bild claim that in the summer, BvB are going to demand a fee of 100 million euros for the former Man City attacker.

Similarly, Sport1 have claimed that the bosses at Dortmund expect the 18-capped international to leave in the next transfer window and Man Utd are very interested in signing him.

Last summer, The Guardian reported that Sancho had even agreed personal terms to move to Old Trafford. So, we know that the willingness of the player is there and if he does end up leaving Dortmund then Solskjaer could be favorite to land him.

The young winger has scored and created goals for fun since moving to Germany. In the last campaign, he directly contributed in no fewer than 40 goals (20 goals and 20 assists).

This season, so far, he has scored 8 goals and provided 13 assists in all competitions in 24 starts.

At Old Trafford, Ole has got the likes of Greenwood and James for the right wing role and United have been trying to sign a proven quality star to fill the position. In such a scenario, agreeing a move for Jadon Sancho would be brilliant.

We shall see how the transfer saga unfolds in the coming months.

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