Sky Sports is reporting that a deal in principle to bring England international Jadon Sancho to Old Trafford has been agreed as Borrusia Dortmund and Manchester United have settled on a fee in the region of £73 million.
The reports suggest that United and Dortmund have completed talks and all finer details as agent fee and personal terms have all been agreed on. It is believed that Sancho will sign a contract until 2026.
The German side has always played hardball on contract negotiations and it seems that common ground has eventually been found.
Jadon Sancho has however stayed silent about his imminent move and is currently on international duty with England.
United are looking to bolster their right-wing and it looks they have settled on Sancho who has scored 50 goals in 137 appearances for Borrusia Dortmund.
The former Watford and Manchester City man moved to Germany in 2017.
Sancho will undergo medicals in the coming weeks.
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