Manchester United reportedly had their offer for Jadon Sancho rejected by Dortmund
The Jadon Sancho medieval saga continues.
A move to Manchester United had long been controvertible for England international Sancho
While United and Borrusia Dortmund negotiate,could Sancho’s football career be set to become vivid?
TOP STORY-UNITED HAVE OFFER REBUFFED
Manchester United have had their first bid for Jadon Sancho rejected by Borussia Dortmund, according to the BBC.
United have long been enthralled in Sancho, with the Premier League giants unable to price Sancho from Dortmund before the 2020-21 season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's United are back again for England international Sancho, though their initial £67million (€77.9m) bid will not suffice as Dortmund hold out for at least £77.5m (€90.1m).
Kingsley Coman the Bayern star and German international has also attracted the interest of many great clubs like Manchester city and Psg. For the past Coman has been a great striker for Bayern and he’s refused to leave the club in many occasions but we hope his future will be certain in this transfer window
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