Man City will definitely have some financial benefit if their rivals, Man United secure the signature of England international, Jadon Sancho from the German Bundesliga club, Borussia Dortmund this summer window.
The Red Devils are very keen on the England international with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer making him his number 1 target but both clubs are yet to agree on a fee.
The Bundesliga club is bent on a £100 million and yet to step down on it which leaves Man United helpless on the negotiation table.
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However, Jadon Sancho is a former Man City player, and his exit from the club did not happen without some clauses on his future movements.
It is reported that Man City will get 15 percent of any profit made by Borussia Dortmund on the player. However, from the asking price, Man City will receive £15 million, in addition to the £8 million they would have received from the original sale.
Therefore, Man City will be hoping that both teams reach an agreement very soon to be able to cash in on their former youth player who left the club for the search of first-team football in 2007.
The 20-year-old has since become a better player, attracting interests in Germany and England.