Manchester United just like other top Elite Clubs in Europe, are looking to build an elite squad that will help them put more pressure on chasing first honours titles, come next season and for that reason they are expected to be fully active in this busy summer window. But some deals are just meant to be only admired about.With the new presented Sancho bid finally having some strong persuasive power in it, Borussia Dortmund have shown some Greenlight on accepting it, and for that reason premier League giants Manchester United have made U-turn,on their interest in Barcelona attacker Ousmane Dembele,whom they were eyeing as a backup for Sancho.
According to sport Witness, the Red devils have been willing to pay £50 million for the Frenchman, but they have also come to realise his record of injury woes, that will make his playing time limited on the pitch.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also consider giving Sancho a straight first eleven place in order to add more threat,in his attacking force and he won't be distracted by new Dembele's deal with the Catalans, which also includes a pay-cut of 50%.
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