Sancho is currently one of the best youngsters in the world having scored four goals in nine matches, and top clubs are beginning to queue for his signature ahead of the next transfer market.
Though Manchester United are leading the race for the Bundesliga teenager, they have been told to ensure that they qualify for next season’s Champions League if they must complete the player’s signature.
The Red Devils didn’t qualify for this year’s Champions League competition which could be one of the main reasons why they couldn’t bring the English international to the Theatre of Dreams prior to the start of this season.
According to Goal, the player won’t turn down the chance to feature for the Premier League side if they qualify for the highly competitive European tournament at the end of the campaign.
If the report is something to trust, Sancho will remain at Borussia Dortmund beyond January as it will be too early to decide whether United will make a top-four finish or not.
Sancho is valued at £100m by Dortmund hierarchy who never rule out the chance of releasing the youngster to any suitor willing to meet their asking price.
Report: Leeds United To Revive Interest In Man United Winger Daniel James
Premier League newcomers Leeds United are set to revive their interest in Manchester United winger Daniel James according to the publication via football365.
Daniel James could become surplus to requirements according to the report especially after he was subbed off at half-time during the Red Devils’ opener on Saturday evening.
The Welsh international was replaced with Mason Greenwood during half-time of the league game vs Crystal Palace. It was the first league game of the season for Manchester United and it ended in a disappointing 3-1 defeat for the Red Devils.
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The aforementioned report revealed that Daniel James came close to signing for Leeds United 16 months ago before the Welshman opted for Manchester United in a deal said to be worth £18m including add-ons.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not convinced that Daniel James can effectively deliver as a right winger at Old Trafford and he’s in the transfer market to sign a new player for the position.
Jadon Sancho is the first choice in the bid to sign a right winger but his club wants a lot of money for him.
Manchester United might need to pay almost £120m for Sancho.
Juventus star Douglas Costa and Inter Milan player Ivan Perisic are the two alternatives to Jadon Sancho.
Liverpool Boss Jurgen Klopp Wanted Diogo Jota For Six Reasons
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has made a transfer assault on fellow Premier League team Wolverhampton Wanderers with the signing of attacker Diogo Jota.
According to the report via The Athletic, Klopp opted to sign the Portuguese international star for six reasons.
Klopp and Liverpool had wanted to sign a new attacker since the start of the transfer window and they finally have their man in Diogo Jota.
The Reds were heavily linked with Timo Werner when the German was on the payroll of RB Leipzig only for the player to join Premier League rivals Chelsea in a £53m deal.
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The report earlier mentioned revealed that Klopp opted to sign Diogo Jota because he was impressed with his work rate, flexibility, eye for goal, his intelligence with or without the ball, his determination, and his ability to play across the front line.
Diogo Jota had spent three years at Wolves before his transfer to Liverpool was officially confirmed this weekend.
The 23-year-old will provide competition for the famed front trio of Salah, Firmino and Mane.
The Reds will pay an initial fee of £41m for Jota in addition to add-ons of £4m to make the whole deal £45m potentially.
He’s the third summer signing at Liverpool after Greek left-back Kostantinos Tsimikas and Spanish midfielder Thiago Alcantara.
Wolves Boss Approves Transfer For £25m Liverpool Midfielder
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo has approved a move for Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain according to the Daily Mirror.
It was disclosed that Wolves are already in talks with Liverpool over the England international after Nuno Espirito Santo gave his approval.
Ex-Arsenal player Chamberlain has moved down the pecking order in the Liverpool midfield with the signing of Thiago Alcantara from German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
Thiago Alcantara was a major component of the Bayern Munich midfield as the Bavarian giants won an impressive treble.
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Liverpool have paid an initial fee of £20m for the Spanish international. The Reds could pay £7m more in add-ons.
With addition of Thiago Alcantara, Chamberlain will have to fight for three midfield spots only with seven others.
Jordan Henderson, James Milner, Fabinho, Georginio Wijnaldum, Thiago Alcantara, Naby Keita, Curtis Jones and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are all vying for the three midfield spots at Liverpool this season.
With this stiff competition in mind, Chamberlain could move to Wolves after just two-and-a-half season at Anfield.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain signed for Liverpool from Arsenal in a £25m transfer with add-ons taking the deal to the £40m.
Wolves have already done two businesses with Liverpool this summer in the shape of Diogo Jota and Ki-Jana Hoever. Chamberlain could be their third business together.
Tierney Key As Arteta Tells Arsenal Player His Time Is Up
Arsenal defender Sead Kolasinac has been informed that he could leave the club before the transfer market closes next summer.
According to TeamTalk, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has told Sead Kolasinac that he can look for a new club following the emergence of Kieran Tierney.
Scottish international Kieran Tierney is the first choice left-back at Arsenal ahead of Sead Kolasinac.
Tierney suffered several injury problems at the start of his Arsenal career which started at the beginning of last season following the £25m transfer from Scottish champions Celtic.
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He was able to return to full fitness in time to play his part in the FA Cup title win of last season.
With Tierney established as the first choice Arsenal left-back, Mikel Arteta has given Sead Kolasinac the go ahead to leave in search of regular playing time.
Sead Kolasinac joined Arsenal from German Bundesliga side Schalke 04 on a free transfer.
The Bosnian left-back signed for the Gunners in 2017.
Kolasinac has been attracting interest from clubs in England, Italy and Germany with the Gunners ready to do a deal for just €10m (£9m).
German clubs Bayer Leverkusen and Schalke 04 are in the running alongside Italian Serie A capital club AS Roma and English side West Ham United.
Valencia Eyeing £6m Transfer For Man United Goalkeeper
Spanish La Liga side Valencia are in the market for a new goalkeeper and Manchester United custodian Sergio Romero is said to be high on their list of potential goalkeepers.
According to the Daily Mirror, Valencia are eyeing a £6m transfer for the Argentine international.
The 33-year-old has moved further down the goalkeeper pecking order at Manchester United following the return of Dean Henderson.
Three Lions of England invitee Dean Henderson impressed a lot of people during his two-year stay at Sheffield United and he has returned to Old Trafford to stake a claim for the number one shirt alongside current recipient David De Gea and Sergio Romero.
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Dean Henderson initially joined Sheffield United on loan at the start of the 2018/19 season and he played a big role in the Blades’ promotion to the Premier League. He also spent last season on loan at the same club.
Romero signed for Manchester United on a free transfer in 2015 after leaving Italian Serie A side Sampdoria.
He has started just seven league games in five years at Old Trafford.
Sergio Romero has predominantly been involved in the cup games, while David De Gea is the undisputed Manchester United goalkeeper in the league games.
Solskjaer makes big claim on United’s slow transfer window
Of all the big clubs in England, Man United is the only club that have struggled to bring in players against what was expected by the fans and pundits.
More blame has been pointed to the fact that the club’s finances have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic but manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still has a lot to say on this.
So far, the Red Devils have been able to bring in Donny van de Beek from Ajax and has been linked with several others.
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England international winger Jadon Sancho is the top target for the club but from all indications, he will not be leaving the club this summer window as the fee for his signature was not agreed upon.
The Red Devils manager is of the opinion that the club has its plan but it is normal not to have them fulfilled at times while expressing confidence that he is happy with his current squad.
He stressed that it is important for the club to make quality signings and that is what is being looked out for in this summer transfer window but he is confident that Man United can still bring in some players before the transfer window ends in the coming weeks. HE also hinted that he is not desperate to do deals.
Man United finally “make contact” with Sancho alternative
Man United might have made up their mind to dump their chase of England international winger Jadon Sancho who is their top target with the report that they have now established contact with Ivan Perisic who is believed to be an alternative.
It has been a very strenuous transfer window for the Red Devils as they are yet to land most of their summer transfer targets despite the earlier confidence expressed by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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German Bundesliga outfit have refused to come down on the £100 asking price of the Man City academy product and have made it clear that the player will be staying at the club this season if that demand is not met.
Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic is an option the Red Devils are reportedly considering with as reports claim he will be leaving the Italian Serie A before the end of the summer window, having spent last season on loan with Bayern Munich.
Fussballtransfers, via the Express, reports that Man United have finally made contact over the players as it is claimed that North London outfit Tottenham have dropped their interest in his service after being able to convince Gareth Bale to dump Real Madrid for the club.
Man United set transfer rolling with another 5-year deal close
The transfer window might just be starting for Man United as they are reported to have agreed on a five-year deal with FC Porto left-back Alex Telles after talks were held with the player’s representatives.
It would be recalled that reports claimed Alex Telles’ agent was waiting for offers from the Red Devils. Now it seems they have met and something positive could happen any time soon.
The Red Devils had Real Madrid left-back Sergio Ruguilon as their number one target for the position in this transfer window but they were piped by the North London club and had to make the move for the FC Porto player.
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RMC reports that the 27-year-old has already agreed on personal terms with the Red Devils but nothing concrete can be said of the club as a fee for his signature has not been discussed but that has not limited Man United’s confidence in completing the deal.
However, the Red Devils will have to act fast and submit an appealing offer as French Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint Germain are also reported to be keen on the signature of Alex Telles this transfer window.
Howbeit, the manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still expected to move in for a centre-back after the capture of Alex Telles to balance up his defence.