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Borussia Dortmund Star Jadon Sancho Considers Liverpool Over Manchester United Transfer!

Manchester United’s hopes signing Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho could be affected by bitter rivals Liverpool, MySportDab reports.

According to German Magazine Kicker on Wednesday, Sancho could prefer a transfer to Liverpool due to the increased chances of winning a Premier League title.

Liverpool finished the 2019-20 season with 33 points clear of Manchester United this season to win their first title in 30 years.

Manchester United want a right winger for their attacking trio alongside Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.

Sancho’s incredible success at Dortmund since his Manchester City exit in 2017 for £8m has paid off an he is now one of the most wanted young players in the world.

MySportDab understands that Borussia Dortmund have issued a deadline of 13 days if they want to seal a £110m deal for Sancho.

The England International is due to return back to Dortmund on Thursday for their pre-season training before the Bundesliga season starts in mid-September.

Dortmund want to finalise any deal for the 20-year-old completed by August 10 when they travel to Switzerland to their pre-season training camp.

According to Sky Sports, United have refused to match Dortmund’s asking price given the financial issues caused by the Covid-19 crisis.

Sancho remains United’s No 1 target in the transfer window, and the Old Trafford club have already made contact with Dortmund about a possible transfer.

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Jadon Sancho remains under contract at Borussia Dortmund until 2022 and they are not under pressure to sell their key player.

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