Jadon Sancho is open for talks with United over a potential move in the summer, as per the Times.
The Englishman has found himself unsettled at Borussia Dortmund following a few incidents. Over the course of the last 3 months, Sancho has received two disciplinary actions after he failed to report back in training on time.
Moreover, the winger was taken off in the first half against Bayern Munich.
All of these incidents have reportedly left the teenager feeling very unprotected and scapegoated. Dortmund have also grown tired of the playmakers behaviour and are prepared to let him go for the right price.
Meanwhile, United’s interest in the Man City academy graduate is no secret. The Red Devils have been lacking in the departments of playmaking and right wingers. Though Daniel James had a terrific start at Old Trafford, he is sometimes not the player one would need tactically.
With 12 goals and 12 assists across all competitions, the London-born starlet is a lethal goal threat but also a creative genius. The former City player could be the player the Mancunians had hoped Henrikh Mkhitaryan would be.
However, with Mason Greenwood now having emerged as a candidate for the first XI, having displayed immense potential, it may not be wise to invest in another wide player on the right flank. Especially, with James already waiting next in line.
The Germans value the 19-year-old just over £100 million. The right winger is also said to be open to initiating talks with the Premier League giants if the Times are to be believed. There is interest from Real Madrid and Barcelona, but a return to England is said to be more likely.
With the Bundesliga giants looking to cash in on their star youngster following the signing of Erling Braut Haaland – another teenager the English side missed out on – securing the Dortmund man might become the new priority.