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Latest Manchester United News: Sancho Asking Price, Werner Blow, Wellens Signs

Jadon Sancho asking price revealed

Manchester United target Jadon Sancho asking price has been revealed.

According to reports from The Athletic, Borussia Dortmund will only allow Jadon Sancho to leave the club for £105 million.

Manchester United would have expected Sancho asking price to reduce due to the effect of Covid-19 virus on several clubs' finances but Dortmund are not willing to let him go for a lower price.

"Sources are convinced that irrespective of a downturn in prices, Sancho will not leave for under €120 million (£105m)" David Onstein of Athletic wrote.

The 20 year Old is understood to be Ole Gunnar Solksjaer's top target during the summer. Sancho has been on top form in Dortmund shirt scoring 17 goals and bagging 19 assists in 35 games this season.

Timo Werner rules out United move

RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner has decided against joining Manchester United and will wait to join Liverpool.

Reports from Athletic claims that Werner is willing to stay at RB Leipzig for another year before joining Liverpool if a transfer cannot be completed this summer due to the uncertainties in football.

Manchester United is understood to have approached the striker for summer transfer but he is not convinced with the project.

The 23 year Old is said to be flattered by Liverpool's playing style and players and would love to link up with them.

Charlie Wellens signs professional contract with Manchester United

Manchester United academy player Charles Wellens has signed a two-year professional contract at the club according to Manchester Evening News.

The 17 year old son of former United midfielder Richie Wellens is a promising midfielder and would follow the footsteps of his father who also came through the United youth ranks.

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