Manchester United has been pursuing England international winger Jordan Sancho for a while now but they have not been successful due to the huge price tag that Borussia Dortmund have set for him. However this is said to have changed according to renown transfer pundit Fabrizio Romano reports that the price as reduced to around 80.
Ole Gunner Solskajaer is said to have told the Manchester united board that signing Sancho this summer could make Manchester United compete for the premier League title next season. This is according to a report that was published by the Daily Mail. The report further suggested that by signing Sancho ole Gunner Solskajaer is set to allow Youngster Amad Diallo leave on loan to a premier League club until January so that they can assess if he is ready for some first team action.
Ole Gunner Solskajaer is expected to make Marcus Rashford, Jordan Sancho and Edinson cavani his main attackers while Frenchman Anthony Martial And youngster Mason Greenwood will be the backup options for the Norwegian who is set to be handed a new three year contract.
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