Why Sancho to Man Utd collapse could be good for Liverpool

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Why Sancho to Man Utd collapse could be good for Liverpool

Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol says Jadon Sancho knows Liverpool and other huge clubs around Europe “would love to sign him” in the future with a move to Man Utd seemingly off the cards for now.

Dortmund’s sporting director Michael Zorc insists Sancho will play for them next season after Man Utd missed the August 10 deadline to sign him, but .

The Bundesliga outfit want £108m for the England international, but the two clubs have not been able to reach an agreement.



Liverpool and other top clubs around Europe have been linked with Sancho in the past and reporter Solhekol thinks Sancho will be happy to ” sit tight” and see how their interest develops.

Solhekol said: “Sancho is not the kind of character who will kick up a fuss, put in a transfer request or develop a mysterious injury to force through a move.

“It would suit United for him to agitate, but while they still have not actually made an offer for him, why would he?

“The player can only keep his head down and keep working hard, looking ahead to the new season with Dortmund.

“He is young, he has a great thing going there, and in the background he knows most of Europe’s big clubs – Real Madrid, Barcelona, Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain – would love to sign him at some stage.

“He can afford to sit tight and watch how things develop between the clubs.”

 

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Report reveals two reasons why Man Utd won’t sign €90m man

Man Utd won’t sign Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele this summer despite a deal for Jadon Sancho falling through, according to a report in Spain.

Sporting director Michael Zorc is now insisting Sancho will remain in Germany, but  despite missing Borussia Dortmund’s deadline to strike a deal for the England international.

While personal terms have reportedly been agreed between Sancho and United, Dortmund have stuck by their £108m valuation of the 20-year-old – with Man Utd understood to believe the figure to be too high given the financial implications of the coronavirus crisis.



With that deal on hold, that the Red Devils have turned to Barcelona’s Dembele as a possible alternative to Sancho with ‘informal talks’ taking place between Man Utd and and the Catalan giants over the winger.

Barca are ‘open to offers’ and ‘an initial season-long loan with an obligation to buy’ has been mooted.

However, Spanish publication (via Sport Witness) claim that those reports are wide of the mark as Man Utd have ‘not shown interest’ in Dembele.

The report does add that they would allow Dembele to leave on loan with a mandatory option to buy the player, with Barca ‘asking €90m’ for the Frenchman.

But the asking price of €90m, plus his questionable injury record, means that the Red Devils will look elsewhere for alternatives to Sancho.

Meanwhile, Paul Scholes recently urged Man Utd to “go that extra mile” in their pursuit of Sancho.

“They’re just after a bit more money,’ Scholes told BT Sport.

“He looks a brilliant player and I think he’ll improve any team in world football with his assists and his goals.

“United were desperate for Haaland as well and they didn’t quite go that extra mile to pay the money.

“Will they do it for Sancho? I think they will, if Ole desperately wants him they’ll get him.”

 

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