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Borussia Dortmund it could be open for the sale of Jadon Sancho in the summer transfer window if the right offer appears, according to reports. Manchester United has been in control of the 21-year-old for some time and has been suggested to put together a renewed approach to his services before the next season.

The Red Devils tried to sign Sancho before the start of the current campaign, but failed to comply with Dortmund’s nine-digit quote.

As a result, he stayed in Germany and started to play a fundamental role for the Bundesliga side this season, contributing 36 goal contributions in all competitions.

He has enjoyed a particularly strong form in recent months, scoring seven times in 10 league games to help Dortmund reach Champions League qualifying for another season.

Sancho’s impressive performances only added fuel to the fire in terms of speculation about his immediate future.

United is said to have maintained a keen interest in bringing him to Old Trafford, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this summer is believed to target the additions of a winger and a defender.

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The 20 times Prize League champions are still considered the favorites in the race by their signature, despite the reported interest from Chelsea and Liverpool.

His search for Sancho has failed to produce a successful conclusion to this point, but it looks like the Red Devils could finally close the deal in the coming months.

Dortmund refused to rule out the possibility of a summer break to the extreme, with a transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano claiming that it will be sold if ‘an important offer’ is made.

It remains to be seen whether United will be prepared or not to meet the assessment of the player on the German side.

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It has been suggested that the price requested by the England star will be reduced, with recent reports stating that he could be on the move for less than £ 80 million.

Dortmund’s CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke previously revealed that he and Sancho have a ‘gentlemen’s agreement’ to split up if an appropriate offer is made.

“We already had a gentleman’s agreement with Jadon last year that he can trade under certain conditions,” Zorc told a German channel ARD.

“He has been with us for a few years. However, this agreement does not exist with Erling [Haaland]. “

Meanwhile, former United midfielder Owen Hargreaves has suggested that the Red Devils should target Leeds United’s Raphinha if they fail to make a transfer to Sancho this summer.

“I don’t think it’s realistic for Manchester United to win the Premier League next season,” said Hargreaves BT Sport last month.

“They have to find a way to fill that gap. You fill that gap by getting another defender, a central midfielder and a right back.

“A lot of people played on the right side and didn’t find him. Jadon Sancho would be incredible.

“[But] you think about Raphinha at Leeds and what he could do on this United team. Obviously, there are levels, and you can’t always spend £ 100 million on a player. “



Paula Fonseca