Rumour Has It: Dortmund prepared to sell Man Utd target Sancho
Created : 24 July 2020
Jadon Sancho (PHOTO: Getty Images).
Borussia Dortmund are reportedly ready to let Jadon Sancho leave this close season, while Barcelona are eager to re-sign Ansu Fati.
Sancho, 20, has continually been linked with a move away from the Bundesliga club amid reported interest from several European giants.
And Dortmund may be prepared to let the attacker go.
TOP STORY – DORTMUND WILLING TO SELL SANCHO
Borussia Dortmund are prepared to sell Sancho to Manchester United for the right price, according to The Independent.
However, the report says United's qualification for the Champions League remains a huge factor.
Ahead of a trip to Leicester City on Sunday, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are third in the table, a point clear of their fifth-placed hosts.
- Barcelona are eager to re-signFati, according to the cover of Sport. The report says the LaLiga giants are keen to extend the teenager's deal amid interest fromUnited, lifting the forward's release clause to €300million.
- Sport also reports thatInter are pressing to re-sign Lautaro Martinez, who has been linked to Barcelona. Martinez is coming out of contract in 2023.
- Manchester City are said to be getting close to agreeing a deal for Valencia star Ferran Torres. Cadena SER claims City want to include Yangel Herrera, who is on loan at Granada, in the deal to lower the cost.
- After struggling in his first season at Real Madrid,Luka Jovic has been linked with a move. The Shields Gazette reportsNewcastle United are planning a £60m (€65.9m) loan move for the forward.
- Linked with more moves after signing Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner,Chelsea could strengthen their defence. The Telegraph says the Premier League club have scouted Atletico Madrid defender Jose Gimenez.
- Arsenal have received a boost in their apparent pursuit of Joelson Fernandes. TSF reports the 17-year-old is further away from re-signing with Sporting CP and Arsenal will move forward with a £41m (€45m) offer for the forward.
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