Jadon Sancho is said to have spoken to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on a number of occasions and during the talks, he made clear his desire to join Manchester United. The winger remains high on Ed Woodward’s summer wish list but so far, little progress has been made on any deal.
While United is said to have made a surge in agent fees, they are still miles away from the Borussia Dortmund rating.
The German club insists it should receive an offer of £ 108m to allow Sancho to leave.
So far, United haven’t made an offer yet, but they don’t feel that’s a fair assessment of the player.
The board is confident that Dortmund should at least consider reassessing this figure in line with the COVID-19 crisis.
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If United wait an extra year, there are fears it will pounce like Liverpool on their hesitation.
For now, the Red Devils are the only club in Sancho Racing with cash to spend this summer.
Earlier this summer, Solshire indicated that he consulted Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire for a reference to Sancho’s character.
“I think for International English, for example, you talk to Marcus [Rashford]Solshire said for the high-performance podcast.
“What do you think of your such-and-such teammate? Do you think he would be appropriate?”
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Sancho has already agreed to the personal on the go terms as well as a long-term contract.
United needs Sancho to press for a move on his part, by handing in a transfer request.
He is unlikely to do so even though he only signed a contract extension last season.
It is believed that Dortmund has made an agreement with the player that he can leave but once his rating is fulfilled.
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