Manchester United have been told once again that they will only be able to sign Jadon Sancho this summer if they fork out £108million, and won’t be able to get any discount on the fee. United are set to launch a fresh bid for Sancho worth £100m, and are still unable to meet Dortmund’s demands.
United are still determined to strike an agreement with Dortmund over Sancho.
The English winger has been United’s top target throughout the summer, though they missed the August 10th deadline.
Dortmund have insisted time and time again that the player isn’t up for sale this summer, and rejected a bid worth £91m on Tuesday.
The German club have now told United there’s only one way they’ll let their wonderkid leave before Monday night’s deadline, and that’s if the Red Devils pay their original asking price
Sancho himself was left out of Dortmund’s squad to face Bayern Munich in the German Supercup tonight, and didn’t travel with the team.
United are still in talks with Dortmund through an intermediary, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer desperate to push through with the deal.
However, their latest offer – which they are set to submit today – still won’t meet Dortmund’s asking price.
United have begun looking at alternative targets, with Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele an option.