Manchester United will continue talks for Jadon Sancho this weekend as they look to strike a deal for the England star with Borussia Dortmund… but the two clubs are £10million apart in negotiations
- Manchester United are still in talks with Borussia Dortmund over Jadon Sancho
- The Red Devils had an initial £67m bid with add-ons rejected earlier this week
- But the clubs are around £10m apart and it is hoped a deal can be struck soon
Manchester United will continue talks with Borussia Dortmund over the weekend as they attempt to reach a compromise and strike a deal for Jadon Sancho.
The two clubs are around £10million apart after United had an opening offer rejected for the 21 year-old England winger.
United tabled a £67m bid with add-ons which pushed the value just past £75m. But Dortmund are holding out for a total package in the region of £86m.
Manchester United are continuing talks with Borussia Dortmund over signing Jadon Sancho
Manchester United had an opening bid of £67million plus add-ons rejected by Dortmund
Discussions continued on Friday with the Bundesliga club hoping to work in some more achievable add-ons which would mean a larger portion of United’s offer is effectively guaranteed.
With personal terms on a five-year deal and agents fees all but finalised, there is an optimism that an agreement for Sancho is not far off and can be finalised at the second attempt this summer.
Dortmund wanted £108m for Sancho last year but their lower valuation this time around has helped bring the two clubs closer to reaching a deal.
The England international would become the second-highest earner at the club – just shy of goalkeeper David de Gea’s £375,000-a-week deal.
In fact, Sancho’s astronomical contract would see him move into the top five highest earners in the English top flight – joining De Gea, Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£350,000) and Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling (£300,000). Sterling’s team-mate Kevin De Bruyne rounds out this list having signed improved terms on his old £300,000-a-week deal back in April.
Sancho has agreed personal terms on a five-year deal with United so a deal may be imminent
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