Manchester United are among the top clubs who are in the race to sign players in the summer transfer window. The transfer window was officially opened today on 9th June, and we are expecting to see deals getting sealed. We are also expecting to see the most unexpected transfers to happen.
Jadon Sancho has been a man to watch in the current transfer window, with Manchester United favourites to sign him. United have been trying to get him for this past two seasons now, with the England young striker looking forward to playing in a different league. Sancho currently plays for Borussia Dortmund as a number seven, and has been influential in Signal Iduna Park.
However, according to BLD, If Man Utd haven’t reached Borussia Dortmund’s valuation for Jadon Sancho by the end of July, Sancho will remain at the club.
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