Dortmund ‘ready to sign Jadon Sancho in permanent transfer… as they hand Man Utd loanee one condition’

0

BORUSSIA DORTMUND are ready to steal Jadon Sancho from Manchester United but there is one condition.

With the Red Devil loanee’s current price tag unaffordable for the German club, the winger will need to tell Old Trafford he wants a permanent move.

RexBorussia Dortmund are ready to sign Jadon Sancho in permanent transfer[/caption]

GettyFor the move to happen the Man Utd loanee must put pressure on the Red Devils[/caption]

Following a very public fallout with current United manager Erik ten Hag, it’s hard to see how Sancho will go back to United.

The 23-year-old has not had the same success in the Manchester outfit as he has with the yellow and black shirt.

And now having returned to Dortmund for a second spell the club will do everything they can to not let Sancho go for a second time, according to Christian Falk at Caught Off Side.

The report claims Dortmund chiefs are “hopeful” of keeping Sancho beyond his loan.

The Englishman has been in superb form since his return to Germany, registering two assists in his opening three Bundesliga games.

But the club will need his help because United are currently expecting £40-50m for the winger.

Sports betting and Casino=

To get the price down Dortmund want Sancho to put United “under pressure” to sell him, the report added.

This principal already worked with his loan which was very cheap for the Bundesliga side at around £3.5million.

FREE BETS – BEST BETTING OFFERS & NEW CUSTOMER BONUSES

This would mean Sancho would have to give up his £290,000 a week salary at Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, the England international has impressed already Marco Rose’s side winning every game he has featured in.

Sports betting and Casino=

Sancho has missed one game so far due to muscular problems against Heidenheim – which saw the match end in a dismal 0-0 draw.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

RSS
Follow by Email
Pinterest
LinkedIn
Share
WhatsApp