Latest report gathered from the world of sports indicates that Manchester United have purportedly agreed individual terms with Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho over a transition to Old Trafford this mid year. The Red Devils have been long haul admirers of the England International and surprisingly could not sign him in 2020.
Dortmund are perceived to have brought down their asking cost and since then Man United has started conversations once more, and they have now allegedly agreed on some personal terms.
Fabrizio Romano who doubles as a transfer expert claims that the two parties have settled on a five-year contract which would keep Sancho at Old Trafford until 2026.
Notwithstanding, talks between the two clubs should in any case be finished before an arrangement is concluded, with Dortmund thought to wait for a €95m (£82m) charge for Sancho. The 21-year-old is perceived to be excited about a re-visitation of Manchester, having invested energy with Manchester City’s youth team prior to joining Dortmund.
Sancho arose as one of European football’s most sizzling gifts since his transfer to Germany, scoring 50 goals and assisting 64 more in 137 appearances for the club.