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Man Utd in Jadon Sancho switch blow as Dortmund chief says £108m is ‘solely acceptable price’ and units August 10 deadline

Man Utd in Jadon Sancho transfer blow as Dortmund chief says £108m is ‘only acceptable fee’ and sets August 10 deadline


BORUSSIA DORTMUND have instructed Manchester United: Pay £108million by August 10 otherwise you gained’t get Jadon Sancho.

United chiefs thought that they had sealed a £60m price for the England winger, plus add-ons.

Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho may very well be on his technique to Manchester United – in the event that they pay £108m by August 10
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However Dortmund chief Michael Zorc has as soon as once more instructed Crimson Devils supremos to place up or shut up.

Zorc says the Germans don’t want this dragging on over the entire of the switch window, which opened on Monday July 27.

He claims the switch is “purely a media matter”.

And he added: “There is no such thing as a room for negotiation, €120 million is the one acceptable price. Dortmund begin their coaching camp in Dangerous Ragaz, Switzerland, on Aug 10, there will probably be no sale after that date.”

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had wished Sancho, 20, to staff up with England team-mate Marcus Rashford and France worldwide Anthony Martial in a strike power to place concern into Premier League defences.

However the type of Mason Greenwood has made the switch of Sancho not such large precedence, specific with the sums Dortmund need.

Sancho joined them for £7m from Manchester Metropolis in 2017.

He has damaged data within the Bundesliga and develop into an enormous goal for English golf equipment, together with Chelsea and Liverpool.

Now, United have a fast determination to make.


Sancho is claimed to be on £190,000-a-week at Dortmund.

However he has made it identified privately that he wish to return to England.

The participant, who scored 22 targets in Germany final season, would search a £200,00-a-week deal at Previous Trafford which might put him simply behind the membership’s high earners David De Gea and Paul Pogba.