Manchester United have allegedly concurred individual terms with Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho over a transfer to Old Trafford this late spring.
The Red Devils have been long haul admirers of Sancho, resuscitating their interest this summer in the wake of neglecting to sign the England international during a high-profile saga in 2020.
Dortmund are perceived to have brought down their asking cost from that point forward, provoking Manchester United to start conversations once more, and they have now reportedly go to a concurrence on close to home terms.
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Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano claims that the two parties have come to terms on a five-year contract which would keep Sancho at Old Trafford until 2026.
However, talks between the two clubs must still be completed before a deal is finalised, with Dortmund thought to be holding out for a €95m (£82m) fee for Sancho.
The 21-year-old is understood to be keen on a return to Manchester, having spent time with Manchester City’s youth team before joining Dortmund.
Sancho has emerged as one of European football’s most coveted talents since his switch to Germany, scoring 50 goals and assisting 64 more in 137 appearances for the club.
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