Manchester United transfer move for Jadon Sancho has reportedly taken another twist. United reportedly made Jadon Sancho their number one summer transfer target but nothing serious has happened between the player's club Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United.
The only notable report concerning the deal was that Manchester United had agreed personal terms with the English man and will need to pay the players transfer fee in other to secure his signing.
However, the deal looks like it is breaking down. Recall that some sources had revealed that Manchester United chairman Ed Woodward had made a decision that no new signing in the excess of £70m will be able to move to Old Trafford this summer, as the club continues to check their finances in the wake of Coronavirus pandemic.
As regards to these above mentioned factors, Manchester United has now switched their interest to Premier league star Ismaila Sarr, according to Sunday Mirror.
The Watford star is considered as a cheaper option to Jadon Sancho and United are planning on submitting an official bid for him very soon.
The Senegal international is one of the good players at Watford and will surely increase Manchester United's quality if he wi be signed. The African can be able to offer to united what his follow countryman Mane offers to Liverpool.
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