Jadon Sancho continues to train with Dortmund as negotiation hits rock

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Borussia Dortmund Sporting Director Michael Zorc has disclosed that he expects  Sancho to remain at the club this summer, following United reluctant to meet the club’s financial demands.


Manchester United Executive Vice-Chairman is known to be a tough person to deal with when it comes to negotiation with the previous deal been canceled at the last minute due to financial terms.

Dortmund has set an asking price of £120 million for the English winger, but  United value him to be between £90-100 plus add-on.

However, the Bundesliga club has given united until August 10 for the club to tender a suitable offer, or the player stays.

Borussia Dortmund CEO while speaking to the media said;


“I assume that Jadon will go to training camp on Monday and play with us for the coming season,” he said on Wednesday.

“There has never been an offer for Jadon, but we have pre-emptively given the minimum of what should be paid,”

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“So far, there has been no contact between Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United in terms of Sancho, either indirectly or through alleged intermediaries.”

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United played LASK Linz in its Europa League 2nd leg fixture, with a 5-0 lead from the earlier match. The team was almost guaranteed to move on to the next round.

Unfortunately, the match started badly for the team as they fell behind by a 55th-minute goal but drew level two minutes later from a Jesse Lingard goal and sealed the victory with a goal from Anthony Martial with just 12 minutes left to play.

After United’s 2-1 over LASK in the Europa League United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer addressed the issue during his post-match press briefing.

We are looking into all transfers differently,”

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 “I’m not going to speak about individuals that are not our players. There is no update — we’ll give you an update when we can.”

“We’ll announce it tomorrow [Thursday],” Solskjaer said of Sanchez’s deal with Inter. “He’s agreed, and we’ve agreed. He enjoyed his time there, and they’ve liked him. He’s a top player who we want to see playing his best football. We didn’t see the best of him for whatever reason. He’s a top professional; now we just wish him all the best.”

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