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.


Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.