Manchester United are reportedly closing in on the signing of the Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho.
According to the Guardian, the 21-year-old has already agreed on personal terms with the Premier League club and he is set to earn around £350,000 a week.
The report further states that Borussia Dortmund are holding out for a fee of around £75 million and United have informed the German club that they are prepared to raise their offer to £73 million.
Sancho has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for over a year now and all parties will be delighted that the saga is finally coming to an end.
PQ View: Sancho could turn United into title contenders
The former Manchester City winger picked up 16 goals and 20 assists in all competitions this past season and he could transform Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s attack next year.
The Red Devils will be hoping to challenge for the Premier League title next year and they will need signings like Sancho in order to bridge the gap with Manchester City.
Meanwhile, the Premier League champions are set to benefit from Sancho’s move to Old Trafford this summer. Apparently, they are entitled to a 15% sell-on fee.
Sancho is already one of the best wingers around Europe and he could develop into a superstar for Manchester United in the coming seasons.
The youngster certainly has the potential to justify his £75 million price tag in future.
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