It appears Manchester United have won the race to sign Jadon Sancho with reports claiming the details of his transfer to Old Trafford are ‘almost agreed’.
Sancho, the England wonderkid, has been in tremendous form this season and is expected to return to the Premier League when the transfer window reopens.
Sancho has enjoyed a remarkable rise to stardom in Germany and a return to England is on the cards
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Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United have all been linked with the 20-year-old, who had scored 17 goals and created a further 19 this season before football was suspended due to coronavirus.
And it appears the forward’s next club has been all but decided with the Sun saying ‘almost every detail’ of a transfer to Man United is agreed.
Sancho himself wants to join the Red Devils three years after leaving their local rivals Man City, and, according to the report, his contract length, salary, bonuses and buyout clause have all been agreed.
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Months of secret talks are claimed to have taken place between the two parties, and the only thing Man United must do now is reach an agreement with Borussia Dortmund over the fee for Sancho.
He’s expected to go for well over £100million, and this value is likely to rise given Chelsea and Liverpool may instigate a bidding war amid their interest in Sancho.
BVB will make a staggering profit on Sancho when he is sold, having signed him in 2017 for just £8m from Man City.