Dortmund does not lose Jadon Sancho’s award

Through his sports director Borussia Dortmund said it was not a matter of lowering the price of Sancho.

According to club sports director Michael Zorc, Borussia Dortmund has absolutely no plans to lower the price of its English star Jadon Sancho. Interested clubs are announced, and in particular Manchester United.

Sancho (20) has scored 58 goals in 143 appearances for BVB in all competitions, while contributing 54 assists, proving to be one of the most clinical offensive players in Europe in recent years. The 2019-2020 campaign was without a doubt the best of the English international at Westfalenstadion, and he is now tipped to join an even more exclusive club during the summer transfer window.

Zorc have already admitted that Dortmund are preparing for Sancho’s departure, with a return to the Premier League as a strong opportunity. United have identified Sancho as a priority transfer target, but the German club should demand compensation of around 120 million euros for their star player.

Zorc says the wing will not be sold for a penny less than the asking price, and he still has little hope that the ex-City star will stay for another season. The leader of Dortmund told the German publication Waz: “Jadon has a valid contract with us and we would be very happy if he is still with us next season. To think about something else, the time should be right, and secondly, our price expectations should be met. 100% . “

A number of former United players have approved Sancho’s potential arrival at Old Trafford, including Andy Cole, who had an extremely successful atmosphere in Manchester between 1996 and 2001. When asked to comment on the future of Dortmund strikers in an interview with MUTV earlier this month, the former Red Devils striker replied: “Would he give Manchester United something different? Surely he would. I will not sit here and say, ‘Oh no, he’s not good enough! “Because of course he’s good enough. He’s lively, he has the ability to eliminate players, score goals and create.”