Manchester United may delay their plans to sign Borussia Dortmund Star Jadon Sancho until 2021 due to the coronavirus crisis, MySportDab reports.
Borussia Dortmund are not under any pressure to sell and have refused to reduce their asking price for the winger.
Manchester United before made Sancho their top target for the summer as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to rebuilt his squad with young plays.
The Red Devils have continued working on an agreement for months and are ahead of rivals Liverpool and Chelsea in the race for the England international.
Sancho has continued his fine form this season, scoring 17 goals and also 19 assists across all competitions.
United hoped a deal for the winger would happen this summer but the coronavirus pandemic could change everything.
According to The Mirror, Manchester United Chief Ed Woodward could delay a move for Sancho until 2021 because of COVID-19 financial impact.
Dortmund want at least £100million for Sancho who is described as one of the best young footballers in European football.
MySportDab understands United have fresh concerns about spending that amount of money just after a crisis which has affected the world.
Manchester United are now likely to delay their move for Jadon Sancho until 2021 due to the financial impact of coronavirus, according to the Mirror 💰 pic.twitter.com/yx2Qe5NmME
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Now, Dortmund believe they can keep Sancho at the club for another one year.
Dortmund know they will still have to sell Sancho at some point and remain one of the best clubs to develop young players into better players.
Manchester United remain determined to improve their squad this summer and likely challenge for the 2020–21 Premier League Title.