Borussia Dortmund expect Manchester United attacking target Jadon Sancho to move on from the club this summer.
The Red Devils chased Sancho throughout the last transfer market, but Dortmund refused to reduce their asking price and then ended negotiations when their self-imposed deadline passed.
However, according to German TV channel Sport1, Dortmund expect to see the Englishman depart the club in the transfer window in the summer.
BVB are unlikely to be able to earn the €120 million they were demanding for the 20-year-old winger but are set to rely on potential transfer sales to help balance the books.
Die Borussen are facing a loss of €100m because of the changed football landscape and selling Jadon would go a large way towards compensating.
The struggling Bundesliga outfit are also banking on qualifying for the next campaign’s UEFA Champions League.
Missing out on UCL would mean Borussia Dortmund needing to consider selling their prized asset and one further player.
Dortmund currently sit just seventh in the German top-flight and are three points off a top four spot.
Jadon has turned out in 23 games for Dortmund thus far this season, scoring six times and grabbing 13 assists for his team-mates.
Meanwhile, Manchester United are reportedly currently in talks with Alaves over the possibility of a loan deal for forward Facundo Pellistri.
The 19-year-old ace joined the Old Trafford club from Penarol last October but is yet to make his senior team debut for the English heavyweights, featuring at Under-21s and Under-23s level since his arrival.
The club are open to allowing the talent to spend the rest of the campaign out on loan, and Club Brugge were said to be at the head of the queue approaching the final stages of the market.
However, according to Goal, United have entered into negotiations with La Liga side Alaves, and Facundo favours a transfer to Spain over Belgium.