Borussia Dortmund are keen on signing Manchester United’s Jadon Sancho in the winter market.

On Wednesday, Bild journalist Christian Falk reported the talks are progressing well between the Bundesliga side and the Red Devils. Sky Deutschland have backed it up and provide more updates on this case.

The German club have ‘verbally agreed’ with the winger and an agreement will be finalised with Manchester United.

It’s said there are currently ‘concrete negotiations underway’ between the Premier League side and BVB but there’s still no total agreement for the loan deal. The two clubs have to sort out the details for the 23-year-old to return to the Signal Iduna Park this month.

BVB want to provide Sancho an escape route after his clash with Erik ten Hag earlier in the season. He hasn’t made an appearance since the end of August and that gives his former club the chance to negotiate a favourable loan deal with Manchester United.

Sky state the player ‘accepts everything’ that Edin Terzić’s side are offering him and the deal will cost the latter €3-3.5m, which will include Sancho’s wages.

Florian Plettenberg claims the obligation to buy is ruled out but there may be a purchase option as part of the loan deal. He even expects the transfer to be concluded soon.

“He should join BVB in the next few days,” Plettenberg said.