News emanating from Germany has suggested that Manchester United are moving closer to secure their primary transfer target, Jadon Sancho with the belief that an initial fee has been agreed with representatives from each club.
Although Dortmund are willing to play the waiting game having secured champions league football by finishing second in the German’s league, it is thought that the Germans will be happy to take an initial £60m payment for the 20 years-old England international with a string of added on clauses which could eventually increase the deal.
The Bundesliga giants appeared adamant in his evaluation as they continued demanding £100m for the English player but the new deal seems to be appealing for both parties involved.
Talks are still between intermediaries and have not yet reached the official stage of formal negotiations.
Sancho was acquired for a modest fee of just £7m from Manchester City in 2017 having decided not to sign a new contract with Manchester City but to rather leave the English league in search of regular first-team opportunities.
The 20-year-old winger has scored 17 Bundesliga goals this season and he is regarded by some football pundits to be on par with Kylian Mbappe.
The England international seems to have his heart set on a move to the Theatre of dreams with the prospect of lining up with Rashford, Greenwood, Martial, Pogba and Fernandes, an enticing one.