Manchester United have been linked with Jadon Sancho for a very long time and the transfer saga is still dragging on.
If reports in the media are anything to go by then Man Utd have finally agreed personal terms with the England international.
Earlier this month, The Sun revealed that the Red Devils were finding it hard to reach an agreement with Sancho.
They were only willing to pay around £11.4million-a-year (£220,000-a-week), on the other hand, the 20-year-old attacker was demanding a contract worth £250,000-a-week (£13million-a-year).
However, as per UtdReport, the dilemma regarding terms has been resolved. It has been claimed that Man Utd have reached complete agreement over a contract with the Borussia Dortmund star.
What else is remaining? The agreement between the two clubs.
The Bundesliga side have been demanding an enormous fee of 120 million euros for their prized asset and they have not brought the asking price down as yet (UtdReport).
Sancho’s current contract with the German side will expire in 2023 and for now, he earns (The Mail) £190,000-a-week (£9.9million-a-year).
The new Premier League season will start in less than a month and Solskjaer has been unable to secure even a single key transfer target this summer. Moreover, the most expensive defender in the world and our captain Harry Maguire went to jail somewhere in Greece and has been released today (BBC).
On the other hand, the likes of Manchester City, Chelsea and champions Liverpool have already reinforced their squads.
If the Red Devils fail to improve the team adequately and timely then they should forget about challenging for the title next term.