Manchester United ‘would be willing’ to discuss a €35-40m deal for Jadon Sancho with Borussia Dortmund in the summer and take the ‘financial loss’ in such an operation.

That’s according to BILD, who say Manchester United are ‘desperate to get rid’ of the forward and even takes the huge losses on the chin to do so.

They’ve completely written off the €85m transfer at this point after his miserable time at Old Trafford so far and his falling out with manager Erik ten Hag that led to his suspension from the team in August.

It was that which eventually led to him being loaned back to Borussia Dortmund in January and Manchester United are willing to lower their asking price to as much as €35m to try and make a permanent return happen.

Dortmund already have a ‘secret plan’ in place on that front but a transfer for such a sum ‘would fit’ into the German side’s transfer budget. Indeed, it could be aided by Donyell Malen potentially leaving for a similar sum.

Either way, Manchester United have ‘signalled their interest’ in getting a deal done and working out an arrangement with Dortmund that would help to create a ‘perfect transfer deal’.

The wheels are seemingly in motion and Manchester United have set their stall out early, hoping to get rid of Sancho by any means possible and bring the failed transfer to an end.