Sport Manchester United still optimistic at Sancho - but does he prefer to go to Liverpool?
BVB: Sancho is celebrating a party in England, Matthäus also criticizes transfer policy - all the news and rumors about Borussia Dortmund
After Hoeneß, Matthäus also criticized BVB's transfer strategy, Sancho is partying before the training camp in England. All the news on Sunday. Lothar Matthäus added up in the dispute over the statements of Uli Hoeneß and also criticized Borussia Dortmund's transfer strategy. The first week of training is over! ☑️ Take a deep breath today, from tomorrow 1⃣ week full throttle in the training camp in Bad Ragaz! ???? ⚽ ???? ️♂️ ???? pic.twitter.com/346OS0PEfP - Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) August 9,
continues to work on BVB's request for Jadon Sancho, until August 10th there is still time. To save money, the Red Devils even waived Jack Grealish's commitment. Sancho himself allegedly has other plans and prefers a move to a big rival Uniteds.
Until August 10, Manchester United still has time to make Jadon Sancho's commitment perfect. Thenmoves to its training camp in Switzerland and will definitely not sell the 20-year-old afterwards. So the Red Devils don't even have two weeks left to meet BVB's transfer fee.
'Stick to the facts' - Dortmund happy to keep under-contract Man Utd target Sancho
The sporting director addressed rumours regarding the star English playmaker, who is linked with a move to Old TraffordSancho has been tipped to swap Dortmund for United and the Premier League giants are nearing a deal for the England star after securing their Champions League status, according to growing speculation.
would like to have 120 million euros for Sancho, in Corona times actually a completely utopian sum. Therefore, according to the kicker, the Dortmunders also doubt that the change of English comes back to his home. Because the Borussia will certainly not move away from their demand - and you know that in Manchester.
Rumors that United has already tried to pay the transfer fee are probably not correct. Dortmund's sports director Michael Zorc described it as a "media topic". The transfer is clear, either Manchester United pays or not. Until the week after next, the third in the Premier League table will still try to scrape the money together, for example by selling players.could be someone who throws some money into the coffers - but whether it all works out so quickly? The Red Devils will save
Wait and see – Sancho staying cryptic on future amid Man Utd links
In-demand Jadon Sancho does not yet have a clear answer to give about his plans for the future.Recent reports suggest United are ready to negotiate a deal with the Bundesliga club, who are said to be holding out for a fee of close to €110million (£100m) for the England star.
money by, according to Sky Sports, waiving an obligation from Jack Grealish. The relegation of Aston Villa would mean that the 24-year-old would cost significantly more to transfer than would have been the case with relegation: around 88 million euros should therefore be the minimum from which the responsible villas would be willing to negotiate. Money that apparently should be invested in Sancho.Does Sancho prefer to move to Liverpool?
United's efforts could be a missed effort anyway, because supposedly Sancho doesn't really want to move to Old Trafford. The kicker writes of "persistent rumors" that the international would prefer to switch tobecause of the better title chances (and maybe also because of his city history?). However, the Reds are not planning a transfer of this size this summer, which is why Sancho's move to Liverpool is even less likely than to Manchester. It is quite possible that BVB will be right in the end and Sancho will not go anywhere.
Dortmund happy to keep Man Utd target Sancho amid growing speculation – Zorc .
Michael Zorc addressed rumours regarding Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho.Sancho has been tipped to swap Dortmund for United and the Premier League giants are nearing a deal for the England star after securing their Champions League status, according to growing speculation.