Manchester United are putting more effort to ensure they complete four to five summer deals before the 2021 summer transfer window comes to an end.
The meeting Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Ed Woodward, the Glazers, Darren Fletcher, Mike Phelan and director of football John Murtough had was a success in that they agreed on signing three superstars this summer.
Jadon Sancho remains to be the top priority target for Manchester United after missing out on him on four previous occasions.
This summer transfer window, Jadon Sancho has a "gentleman's agreement" with Borussia Dortmund which they will honour by allowing him leave the club.
According to Sport1 Chief Reporter Patrick Berger, the Red Devils have on personal terms with Jadon Sancho prior to the major signing.
The reporter claims that the club are contented to have their star as the second summer signing, but have not yet made an official offer yet.
However, an offer of £85-90 million will be accepted by the German club, which is way below the £120 million they were demanding last summer.
Will we finally see Jadon Sancho complete his move to Old Trafford?
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