Jadon Sancho has reportedly told his advisors to 'pull out all the stops' to make his dream transfer to Manchester United a reality.
The Dortmund forward is also reportedly confident he will complete a move back to the Premier League before the window slams shut on October 5.
United have been in hot pursuit of the England star all summer but were told to look elsewhere by Dortmund after they missed their August 10 deadline to make a bid.
Reports from Germany claimed on Tuesday night that Man United had made a £90million bid for Sancho, offering Dortmund £70m up front plus £20m in add-ons.
But United sources have told Mirror Football that an offer hasn't been tabled to Dortmund.
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United are quickly running out of time to sign Sancho, but according to The Sun, the Dortmund star is confident the deal will happen.
And the 20-year-old is allegedly asking his team to get the transfer over the line, with a source telling the paper: "They are pushing for him".
Manchester United have made only one signing so far this summer window, snapping up Donny van de Beek from Ajax in a £35m deal.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made it clear he is looking to bring in new recruits soon, but admitted only if they are available for the right price.
"We're always, always looking to improve if there's something out there that's available to the right price," Solskjaer said recently. "We always want to strengthen but I think we can all look ourselves in the mirror today instead."
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