Man United have stalled on the deal for England international Jadon Sancho as they are yet to agree on a fee with Borussia Dortmund despite claims that personal terms have been agreed with the player.
The Bundesliga club is requesting for a fee of £100 million for the 20-year-old and is unwilling to shift grounds while Man United are not willing to pay such a fee. They have valued Jadon Sancho for £50 million.
It is now looking unlikely for a deal to pull through with the Red Devils obviously growing frustrated on the possibility. They have been advised by former player and Sky Sports pundit, Gary Neville to move on.
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According to Gary Neville, the Red Devils should move on and make a move for Watford star Ismaila Sarr, describing him as a “big, big talent” who can give to the Red Devils the same quality as Jadon Sancho.
The former Man United player took a clue from Watford’s 3-1 defeat to West Ham, noting that Ismaila Sarr was very impressive in the game and is the winger his former side needs.
Gary Neville stressed that the performance of Ismaila Sarr, even before the game was shining light, noting that he has impressed and proven his quality in the English Premier League.