English Premier League club Man United’s insistent on England international winger Jadon Sancho has made it a very long summer transfer window as they have been unable to secure his signature despite months of negotiations.
The major issue in this deal is the £100 million that is being demanded by the German Bundesliga outfit which the Red Devils cannot pay and the Red Devils have been consistently told to back off with any lower offer.
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Recently, the Red Devils submitted an offer worth £90 million for the signature of the Man City academy product but it was rejected. That did not stop manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from insisting on the player as his top target of the transfer window.
However, there is what seems to be a final word from the camp of the player on the deal and that might just settle the dust to have all parties move on to face their season’s challenge.
Borussia Dortmund chief is reported to have said that there is nothing different from the club’s last stand that the former Man City academy player will be staying as they have not held any further talks with the Red Devils since their last bid was rejected.