Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund are reported to be separated by less than £11m in their respective ratings for Jadon Sancho as a deal appears to be close.
The future of wings has been in the headlines for quite some time now, with Manchester United He is closely related and is widely expected to have completed his autograph last summer.
However, the Bundesliga club set a valuation of €120m (£108m), a figure they refused to budge and United refused to approach.
Fast forward 12 months and Old Trafford’s return to the England international, Dortmund appear to have cut their asking price, and the German side is now said to want a €100m (£86m) deal in the area including add-ons.
Reports emerged on Thursday that United had seen a £67m bid cancelled the athlete Let’s say with the additions included, the Red Devils’ bid totaled £75.5m, putting them within £11m of Dortmund’s valuation.
They say the deal now is “largely due to the nature of the bonuses”, with Dortmund said to be “open to additional jobs that are part of the final figure”. However, they want the add-ons to be “realistically achievable”, the Red Devils have developed a reputation for trying to include some unrealistic add-ons in their most popular deals.
The report adds that Premier League The runners-up are keen to “spread out most of the fees in installments”, which Dortmund is willing to agree to – BBC Reporting yesterday that They want to distribute it over four years Instead of the five proposed by United.
Despite a slow start to the season following his failed move to Old Trafford, Sancho finished the 2020/21 season with a very respectable record of 16 goals and 14 assists in all competitions, including two goals and one assist as Dortmund declared victory in the Bundesliga. Bokal Final vs RB Leipzig.
the athlete The report claims that personal terms “would not be an issue”, with Sancho now “pushing” to return to England, although he still “respects” his current employers.
After years of speculation about his future, it finally looks like this long-running saga may be coming to an end.
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