Man Utd have agreed £65million terms to sign star – Report

Rice and Sancho for England

If reports in the media are anything to go by then Manchester United are getting closer and closer to hire the services of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.

According to The Guardian, the Red Devils are close to agreeing a fee worth £108million (£90million intial + £18million in add-ons) to bring the England international to Old Trafford.

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As far as the contract with the player is concerned, the famous media outlet have mentioned that Man Utd have agreed terms worth £65million with Sancho, who will earn £250,000-a-week for the next five years.

The 20-time English champions scored just 66 goals in the last Premier League campaign, 36 goals fewer than Pep Guardiola’s top scoring Manchester City side.

So, Solskjaer needs to improve his offense if United are to seriously challenge the Sky Blues and Liverpool for the Premier League title next season.

In such a scenario, Jadon Sancho, who directly contributed in 40 goals in just 36 starts (all competitions) for BvB last term (Transfermarkt), would be a top quality addition.

The 20-year-old star can play anywhere in the attacking third but naturally, he is a right winger. We can expect him to start in the offense with Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford behind lone center forward Anthony Martial.

Ideally, Man Utd should also move to sign a prolific center forward because Martial is not an out and out striker.

In your view, who should Solskjaer sign after luring Jadon Sancho for Manchester United?


  1. Winning games is the priority, notscoring large number of goals.
    If Anything defensive solidity is more important.

  2. There are better players out there,why do you want to splash cash on just one player? We need a striker and good defenders

  3. I think we can use that money Dortmund are asking for to get quality talent like upamacano, Kante and Telles.

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