Manchester United’s move for Jadon Sancho hangs on Edge due to Dortmund fee

Manchester United’s target transfer over a while has been Jadon Sancho but a stubborn Dortmund club wouldn’t let the player go cheap and are demanding a heft fee of 120 million euros as their asking price which is a set back for the Red Devils.

There had been talks over his transfer before the current window but both the parties could not come to an agreement over a deal and the move was stalled to this summer transfer window,This summer transfer Sancho remains a principal target for Manchester United but are prepared to walk away from negotiations if the compromise cannot be found in the fee for the star player.

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With 17 goals and 16 Assists in his 32 appearances he has been a prolific player for the German side in the Bundesliga Campaign and with Dortmund not aiming for major trophies the player has decided to make a move back to England and is believed to have agreed personal terms with the clubs with final negotiations to be concluded by the Clubs over his fee.

Ed-Woodward the Executive vice chairman for Manchester United has made it clear to officials of the German club that their evaluation of fee over Sancho is unrealistic in a window that has been hampered by the Covid-19 outbreak.

The Dortmund Club surely knows how to do business with departure of players like O.Dembele for a fee of 120 million euros to Barcelona which could rise up to 135 million euros and Aubameyang to Arsenal for 70 million plus add-on so it is likely the German club would demand a hefty price tag over Sancho now it is onto Manu how they conduct their negotiations for a deal to take place.