Manchester United agree terms with 16-goal attacker
Manchester United have agreed personal terms with Jadon Sancho ahead of his potential transfer from Borussia Dortmund.
The England international was tipped to join them last summer, but the deal did not materialise because of the price tag.
United refused to meet the £108m valuation, and their attempts to negotiate the fee was rejected by the German outfit.
According to The Mirror, the club have revived their interest ahead of the summer, and they could sign him for a lesser fee.
With just two years left on Sancho's contract, Dortmund are willing to accept a sum of around £81.5m to sanction his sale.
United have communicated their interest, but they are looking to pay in instalments. Dortmund prefer a big amount up front.
The Red Devils are confident of landing Sancho this time around, and they have agreed terms over a long-term contract.
Sancho had a superb 2020/21 campaign for the Bundesliga outfit, registering 16 goals and 20 assists from just 38 appearances.