The right wing is believed to be United’s biggest transfer priority again this summer. In 2020, negotiations never came out of the ground because Dortmund demanded over £ 100 million and set a deadline for talks that the Red Devils did not meet.
This summer, however, is about to change as the Bundesliga team lose their selling price and United immediately embark on a bid of £ 67 million. allegedly filed and rejected yesterday.
And Romano claims the Red Dealers are determined to close the deal quickly this time around.
‘Manchester United are working hard on the Sancho deal as’ too long a negotiation’ is not the best strategy, with BVB asking for € 95m. [£82m], ‘Tweeted Romano this morning.
‘Everyone involved in the negotiations is now’ confident ‘, but cautious after what happened a year ago.
‘Under personal terms, an agent fee was also agreed.’
Manchester United are working hard on the Sancho deal, as ‘too long a negotiation’ is not the best strategy, with BVB asking for € 95 million. 🔴 #MUFC
All the people involved in the negotiations are now ‘confident’, but cautious after what happened a year ago.
On personal terms, the agency fee was also agreed.
– Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 11, 2021
For United fans, who follow the club’s transfer stories as they unfold in the summer, the news that the club does not want a long negotiation is almost as exciting as the news that all parties are safe.
It is estimated that around £ 77.5 million of the £ 82 million required by BVB will have to be paid in cash over four years, while the rest will consist of obtainable bonuses and additions.
This leaves the two sides a little over £ 10 million apart after the first bid, which does not seem to be an insurmountable figure.
The fact that all personal terms and agent fees have been agreed also bodes well for a quick fix.
The fact that United have started bidding within 24 hours of the transfer window opening signals their intention to get this deal done quickly and with all sides secure, as Romano claims, significant progress could be made before England launched their Euro 2020 campaign. Sunday.