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Man Utd agree deal for England international Jason Sancho

Man Utd agree a deal worth 73m euros for Brussia Dortmund forward, Jadon Sancho ; personal terms with the 21 year old have been met and he will join the English club after the Euro2020 campaign and undergo medicals. Dortmund's asking price at the early stage of the transfer window was 85m euros and through negotiations have reduced. The deal was 35m euros lesser than 108m euros valuation last summer. Sancho will officially join Utd after England's Euro2020 campaign subject to medicals. The forward's contract with Dortmund ends on summer 2023 and they do not want to risk him entering the final year of his deal. Sancho's former club Man City retain a selling clause and are set for a cash windfall from their rivals should the transfer go through. The 21 year old came through Watford's academy before joining City in 0215 but he moved on to Dortmund in 2017 after rejecting a contract renewal at Man City. Sancho was seen to be the Sancho we know now in Brussia Dortmund and has scored 50 goals in 137 appearances for Dortmund with numerous assists and that is something good to comment on.

It could be argued Ole Gunner Solskjaer's side have more pressing needs in other areas with players such as Bruno Fernandez,Martial,Rashford and many others but nobody knows the reason why he requested for Sancho. That remains a mystery until the season commences.Maybe wants to play more of attacking football, who knows. Many fans would have prefer a central defender because Maguire is not performing up to expectation. Sancho has emerged as one of the world's most exciting young players in recent years and it is easy to understand why United were in a high desire to get him on board for more attacking football. Just can't wait to see what this young man is bringing on board to prove his main aim been among the RED DEVILS.

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