It is now getting clearer that the English Premier League outfit, Man United will no longer be signing their dream target, Jadon Sancho this summer transfer window with the latest statement by the German Bundesliga outfit, Borussia Dortmund.
Both the Red Devils and the Bundesliga club have been on the negotiation over a fee for the England international winger but a fee was never agreed upon, leaving Man United frustrated.
A Borussia Dortmund chief has also come out to insist that the player will be at the club next season and will not push a move to the Old Trafford.
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However, the latest report by the German outfit has revealed that they will not be in the summer transfer window for any buys which means they will be sticking to their current squad for next season’s challenge.
The club’s CEO explained that they are currently into financial crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic and that will stop them from any investment this term.
According to him, Borussia Dortmund is set to announce a £40 million loss which makes funds unavailable for transfers, he added that £4 million is lost from each match as a result of the lack of fans during the restart of the league.