Manchester United have officially signed Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, MySportDab reports.
After the long wait, The Red Devils have finally come to an agreement and the England youngster is finally their.
Manchester United have agreed a deal with Borussia Dortmund to sign England international Jadon Sancho for an initial €90 million.
The Old Trafford club and Sancho will now finalise personal terms ahead of a medical to complete the move.
The 21 year old is expected to sign a five-year contract until 2026 which he will also be given an opportunity to extend or make a move elsewhere.
Jadon Sancho is now a Red Devil player after an agreement was reached with Borussia Dortmund.
The deal is finally done as Manchester United have now confirmed it on their twitter page.
Man Utd Tweet:
The deal has been a long one in the making with both Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund going back and front just one transfer fee.
An agreement for wages and personal terms was concluded twice from last summer and now which the deal was blocked by BVB.
There were demanding €120 million plus add-on while Manchester United weren’t ready to pay such fee for Jadon Sancho.
The deal later failed to materialized last summer until this time around they both finally came to an agreement of €90 million plus add-on.
Jadon Sancho is currently with The Three Lions as they are still in the European Championship, hoping they could win the title for the first time.
England recently knocked out Germany in the round of 16 by a 2-0 result which Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane both scored.
They next up go against Ukraine and Jadon Sancho will be hoping to get in the starting lineup and help his Country advance into the next round.
After the conclusion of Euro 2020, he will be joining the rest of Manchester United for the preseason which would have began before his arrival.
Although it defends on England stay in the competition and the amount of holidays he will be given before joining the rest of the team.