Man Utd fans believe Matt Judge has already flown to Dortmund for Jadon Sancho

Manchester United fans believe chief negotiator Matt Judge may have already travelled to Dortmund in an attempt to sign Jadon Sancho.

United have been linked with the Bundesliga star all summer though are believed to be reluctant to pay the £108m asking price.

Daily Star Sport understand the Red Devils will make a first and final offer of £90m for the England international this week.

Though it appears that Judge, who helped conclude a deal for Donny van de Beek from Ajax earlier in the summer, may have already headed to Germany.

A United fan has tweeted pictures of two flights and claims that the same plane in the images was used by Judge to conclude the Van de Beek transfer.

“This is the same plane that Judge took to Amsterdam to finish off the VDB deal,” the user said.

“It was used to head to Dortmund and back to Biggin Hill (London over the weekend).”

He then posted a second tweet, saying: “I can only share what I see or know. This is what I see. Conclude from here what you may and don’t shoot the messenger.”

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United club legend Andy Cole has warned Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that signing Sancho will not solve all of his problems.

“I would agree with that,” Cole said. “One player cannot make a team championship contenders.

“Unless we’re talking Messi or Ronaldo, where these guys are on a different level to anyone else, one player cannot make Manchester United title contenders.

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“For instance, if they sign Sancho tomorrow, he might be able to create five or six chances or he might be able to nick himself a brace or whatever every other week.

“But he can’t stop goals going in the other end, and he can’t stop teams creating chances against Manchester United.

“Football is a collection of everyone, that’s why it is a team sport of 11 players – you marry them all together to become a better team.”

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