Multiple reports coming out of England and Germany over the past 48 hours, in chorus, have stated Jadon Sancho is edging closer towards getting his long-awaited transfer to Manchester United.
Borussia Dortmund are yet to make the winger’s sale official, but Sport1 state all parties involved in the deal are confident the deal will go through and the transfer is in it’s ‘home stretch’.
Sky Deutschland are also reporting the 21-year-old and BVB will go their separate ways, and the deal to take Sancho to Old Trafford is in the ‘home stretch’.
It’s also explained two clubs are ‘extremely close’ to reaching an agreement after Manchester United increased their offer.
When the Sancho deal to United is ‘finally over’, Dortmund can start searching for his successor.
The Bundesliga side ‘flirts with replacements’ of the England international, after identifying PSV Eindhoven star Donny Malen as a target.
According to Sky Deutschland, Malen is the preferred candidate to replace their player and the German club only want to invest a small chunk of the money from Sancho’s sale in signing the Dutchman.