Despite Jadon Sancho Transfer Bombshell, Here Is Why Manchester United Fans Shouldn't Be Worried. "I am really happy to be sharing the pitch with them and guide them, because I was in their shoes and I know how it is for them".
The Red Devils manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made the former Man City Academy player his primary target for this summer transfer window and is keen to add him to his squad ahead of next season.
Watford will demand a club-record fee from Liverpool to sign striker Ismaila Sarr, with the relegated club looking for around £40m is they are to let the Senegalese striker leave to remain in the Premier League this summer.
Widespread reports had indicated that a deal was all but formality just a week ago with speculation that Sancho had agreed personal terms at Old Trafford, but a move appears no closer with Dortmund refusing to budge on their £108m valuation of the England global.
After the passing of the rumoured August 10 deadline for United to get the Sancho deal done, Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc insisted that the Bundesliga club was no longer interested in parting ways with the 20-year-old.
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Manchester United have refused to pay anything beyond €80 million for Sancho and believe this to be a fair price in the times of coronavirus pandemic, which has had a bad impact on the finance of most football clubs and also in the transfer market. We have a good exchange with his advisors.
The Scotsman eventually decided not to pursue his interest in the French midfielder as he played in a similar position to Cantona, whom he gave his full backing to once his spell on the sidelines came to an end.
"Last summer we adjusted the salary to the performance development of Jadon". I think they're bluffing'.
In other words, the Englishman is going to become a role model for upcoming youngsters like Jude Bellingham, Youssoufa Moukoko and Claudio Reyna. I was once in their shoes, playing with the seniors.
"I joined when I was 17, some of the lads are the same age". I've been there and done that. I can guide them as to what's good and what isn't.