In or Out: What Does The Future Holds For Manchester United-linked Winger?

It is no more news that Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his employers are interested in capturing Borussia Dortmund youngster Jadon Sancho ahead of next season.

The former Manchester City winger was one of the best players throughout the recently concluded Bundesliga season as he scored 17 goals and 17 assists in 32 matches.

His performance for BVB didn’t go unnoticed as he is being monitored by the Red Devils who are looking to boost their flanks this summer transfer window.

However, reports have it that the Bundesliga side have placed a huge £115m price tag on the youngster and Manchester United are unwilling to meet their demand.

The former EPL Champions — just like every other club in the world — have been financially affected by the Pandemic and they are doing everything possible to reduce their expenditures.

Considering the turn of events between both clubs regarding Sancho’s future, pundits and fans can’t stop predicting what the future holds for the former Manchester City youngster.

Is he staying with Lucien Favre’s side beyond this season or United will eventually dance to Dortmund’s tune by breaking the bank for his signature? Only time will tell.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are not the only club looking at the possibility of capturing the England international.

According to The Sun, Manchester City were sometime linked with a move for the player as Guardiola is willing to reunite with the 20-year-old star.

How true was that report? No one knows but it appears as one of unavoidable rumors attached to transfer period.

Chelsea and Liverpool are also in the race to sign the highly-rated winger as both clubs are keen on adding more firepower to their attacking setup next season.

Our Verdicts

Sancho is destined to leave Borussia Dortmund this summer Judging by the number of clubs in the race for his services.

However, his next destination remains unpredictable following United’s decision not to surpass their initial £50m bid.

Chelsea might just take advantage of the current situation and seal a big-money deal with Dortmund for the impressive winger.

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