Man United ready to pay Sancho’s huge £109m asking price but on one condition
By Sportsnow... | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 543 views
As indicated by the German distribution Bild (h/t Express), Manchester United are set to build their offer for Jadon Sancho if they effectively fit the bill to the UEFA Champions League.
The Red Devils were upheld to top their offer at £50million. However, presently Ed Woodward is prepared to meet Borussia Dortmund's £109m inquiring if they qualify for champions league.
The club could have made a monstrous stride towards that had they won the match against Southampton. Michael Obafemi's late equalizer guaranteed they remained in fifth, behind Leicester City.
Sancho has gone from solidarity to quality. He scored 20 goals and 20 assists this season in only 44 games.
In spite of Mason Greenwood establishing into possibly something extraordinary, United legend Gary Neville has asked the club to not evade on Sancho.
"We have to continue to keep building despite our strengths, in order to sustain an era of dominance. In Ole Gunnar Solskajer, we have someone who has seen that first hand as a player. It is time now that he replicates it as a manager".
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