Manchester United make English Star a 'Priority' Transfer Target

Manchester United are back in business as they wish to sign Jadon Sancho by all means. Last year around, the young Englishman decided to stay with Borussia Dortmund, thereby stalling a world record transfer.

The two clubs failed on an agreement on Sancho and things seemed to remain apiece. According to reports, Manchester United have reignited their interest in the English International.

The 21-year old's form for the BVB has been brilliant so far. Jadon Sancho has registered 12 goals and 16 assists in 31 games for all competitions.

Sancho's contract at the Signal Iduna Park runs until 2023. But, Ed Woodward and co are looking to seal the move as soon as possible.

Jadon Sancho
Will Manchester United get Jadon Sancho? (Credits:Talksport)

Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer, has made Jadon Sancho, his number one transfer target ever since he's taken charge.

In the first half of the season, the forward suffered a dip in form. Despite finding his feet recently, Jadon Sancho has no guarantee of being in England's squad for the Euros.

Also,Manchester United have been in the hunt for a top striker. Tottenham talisman Harry Kane and Sancho's club teammate Erling Haaland are being considered as alternatives.

Borussia Dortmund are in danger of missing out on the next season's Champions League as they stand fifth in the Bundesliga table. This might prompt the Red devils to lower the price for the player.

None of the big clubs in Europe are interested in the winger and the route is all clear for United to get their main man.

During the last term, Dortmund slapped a price tag of 108 million euros on Jadon Sancho. Now, that might get halved as well.

If this transfer happens at a lower price than what was expected, it might become one of the finest bargains of all time. 

Manchester United are on the path of positive transition and signing a player of the caliber of Jadon Sancho caliber will prove to be a great factor in the Club's development.

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