Sancho keen on Premier League move/Dortmund unwilling to lower asking price – Goal

A recent report in the English media has provided some potential insight into the future of one of Europe’s most coveted stars, Jadon Sancho.

Dortmund standout

Before the 2019/20 campaign was halted, Jadon Sancho was in sensational form.

In 23 outings before the return of the German top-flight, the tricky winger had managed to net 14 and assist 16 for BVB.

Since the Bundesliga’s return, Sancho has struggled for fitness somewhat, and is actually yet to start a league tie this month.

Despite this, Sancho has still managed to notch one assist for Dortmund, against Wolfsburg, as Lucien Favre’s side cruised to a comfortable 2-0 victory.

Sancho keen on Premier League

And, as has been well documented now, a number of sides, including ChelseaLiverpool and Manchester United, are said to have shown interest in the former Manchester City man over the last year or so.

However, it still seems to be the latter of this trio who are most interested in Sancho, with it reported earlier this month that the Red Devils had been in recent contact over the BVB standout.

Now, as mentioned above, a fresh update concerning the future of the 20-year-old has come to light over the last 24 hours.

According to Goal, Sancho remains keen on a move to one of the Premier League’s biggest clubs, which will no doubt please the aforementioned sides, especially United.

Crucially, it is added that the 11-time capped international has no intention of renewing his current Dortmund contract, which expires in 2022.

However, it isn’t all good news for those in the hunt for Sancho, as Goal claims that the German outfit are unwilling to drop their asking price for the former Watford youth, and are instead expected to demand at least £100m for his services.

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This article was edited by Conor Laird.