Borussia Dortmund will accept the third bid from Man United for Jadon Sancho, according to reports in Germany.
The Bundesliga giants weren’t satisfied with the two initial offers – believed to be €72m and €78m – from their English counterpart. However, the talks have taken a positive turn in the last few days between Hans-Joachim Watzke and Ed Woodward.
Now, Dortmund are ready to accept United’s third bid of €85m for Sancho, reports German journalist Patrick Berger.
Personal terms are already agreed between the club and the player’s representatives, with only details on add-ons and payment installments left to be finalised between the two clubs.
Although Sancho has not started a single game for England in the European Championships, United, in all likelihood, will have to wait until the conclusion of the tournament for the Three Lions before setting up Sancho’s medical and officially announcing the transfer.
As such, it seems the transfer saga will stretch for at least another week, as England progressed to the last eight of the Euros with a 2-0 win over Germany on Tuesday.
Once the signing of the Man City academy graduate is secured, the English outfit are expected to make a move for Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga.