Manchester United set to make a final bid of £90m for Jadon Sancho

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Manchester United are preparing to make a last-ditch offer around £90 million ($115m) for Borussia Dortmund winger, Jadon Sancho.

Futballnews had reported that the Black-Yellow has insisted on not being ready to sell the England international this summer, but the Red Devils are ready to make one last push.

The deal according to Mirror is expected to be an upfront £75m with £15m in potential add-ons, but Dortmund reportedly wanted £108m for Sancho, and also gave United an August 10 deadline to submit an offer for him. With that deadline passed, Sancho resumed preseason with the Bundesliga club.

Sancho celebrates a goal with teammates during a pre-season friendly

United executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward, according to reports will inform Dortmund there will be no negotiating over the fee or structure of the deal.

Sancho has been the number one priority for United. Thus, he has been heavily linked with the move to Old Trafford throughout the summer. As they hope of landing Sancho, the 5 October transfer deadline is fast approaching. But United chiefs are confident of getting the deal over the line.

Man United not ready to stop Jadon Sancho’s chase

The Red Devils have been pursuing a deal for the 20-year-old winger for nearly three months, with Dortmund’s £108million asking price proving to be a significant stumbling block. Initially it eas the agency fee.

A heft pay could convince the BVB, to sell Sacho. 90m Pounds could be seen as a ‘generous’ fee, following financial losses the coronavirus pandemic has caused across the footballing world.

Well aware that Sancho is keen on the move, Woodward with an agreement already reached in principle with the player worth almost £175,000 per week pay, United wants to land their main man this summer.

This will excite Sancho, who could be joining forces with a host of fellow England Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire and Mason Greenwood if United successfully buy him from the Bundesliga’s runner-up.

Although Bundesliga has began and BVB coach believes the transfer business in the club has close, we will keep our fingers crossed to know the happenings.