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Man Utd agree contract with £190,000-a-week star, who’s keen to secure Old Trafford move – Report


Manchester United have been heavily linked with a move to sign England international Jadon Sancho and the latest reports indicate that the Red Devils have already agreed terms to lure him.

According to an exclusive story covered by The Sun, after secret talks for months, Man Utd have already sorted out the contract, bonuses, wages and release clause with the star, who earns £190,000-a-week at Dortmund.

The British source have claimed that the only thing mainly remaining is that the PL ginats have to agree a fee with the Bundesliga side to lure the 20-year-old attacker, who’s keen to secure a move to Old Trafford. It is mentioned that we’d have to pay more than £89million, which is the current club record, to get his signing done.

We have not taken part in this season’s Champions League and are currently out of the CL qualification places as far as the Premier League is concerned.

It will be massive capture and surely a surprising one if we do sign Sancho without even qualifying for the Europe’s elite competition.

The Three Lions star has been absolutely brilliant for Dortmund since leaving Manchester City back in 2018.

He directly contributed in over 30 goals last term and as far as this season is concerned, the youngster has already netted 17 goals and provided no fewer than 19 assists in all competitions.

Capable of playing effectively on either flank, he would largely amplify the quality of our wide attacking positions.

Marcus Rashford has been our best player and he is irreplaceable at Old Trafford. The English star has mainly started on the left flank under Solskjaer, so, Sancho should join to play on the right wing, where he has mainly featured for Dortmund.

Let’s hope that we wrap up his signing as soon as possible to focus on other key targets in the summer.

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