June 5, 2021
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Borussia Dortmund have dropped their asking price for Jadon Sancho, with Manchester United closing in on a deal, German publication SPORT1 reports.

Dortmund and Man United are stepping up talks over Sancho, with the Bundesliga giants, having reduced their asking price to €90million (£77m).

Both clubs are optimistic that a deal will be completed and Sancho has already verbally agreed to personal terms with Man United.

Man United spent most of last summer trying to prise Sancho away from Dortmund, but the German club refused to budge on their €120m (£103m) asking price.

Dortmund reduce transfer fee for Man Utd target Sancho with ‘gentleman’s agreement’ in place

Twelve months later and the England international is once again Man United’s top target, though this time there is growing confidence a deal will be agreed before the 2020 Euros start.

Dortmund have backed down significantly over their asking price from last year and the new price tag might even constitute a bargain in today’s market.

Sancho scored eight goals and registered 11 assists in just 26 Bundesliga appearances for Dortmund this season.

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