Borussia Dortmund are ‘not in mood’ to make signing Jadon Sancho easy by reducing the price United want for him, according to Simon Stone of the BBC.
Manchester United have been heavily linked with the 20 year old forward for months now, but no headway has been made with regards to signing the player.
The player himself, is said to have already agreed a deal with the Red Devils, but Dortmund have been stubborn to let him go, unless United match their over £100 million valuation of the Englishman.
Manchester United recently told Dortmund that they’ll only pay £50 million for Sancho, but it is highly unlikely the amount will be considered by the German side.
United’s reluctance to pay more for the youngster is reportedly due to fears over the unpredictable nature of the economy of football at the moment, with millions already lost to the coronavirus pandemic.
United is also said to be unsure if we’ll qualify for the Champions League, hence the delay.
Sancho is a versatile player, and would no doubt bring some quality to United.
The former Manchester City man scored 20 and assisted 18 for Dortmund this season in 44 appearances.