Manchester United must overcome the disappointment of their Europa League final and start preparing for the summer transfer window.

After dominating the Red Devils’ transfer section in the summer of 2020, Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho is again expected to be in the news in the coming weeks and maybe even months.

Earlier this month, both Bild and Sky Germany reported Manchester United are looking to wrap up the winger’s signing before the start of Euro 2020. Then other German claims backed away from that, with it looking like BVB were getting jittery over a lack of contact.

There’s allegedly a new development in United’s effort to bring the England international back to Manchester.

According to Sport1 chief reporter Patrick Berger, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are in talks with the 21-year-old’s representatives and they have ‘mostly agreed’ personal terms with the player.

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The journalist further adds Sancho’s environment ‘expect him to leave’ BVB and the Bundesliga side are ready to sanction his sale. Borussia Dortmund ‘want around €90m’ for the attacker.

Manchester United, however, have not yet made an official bid to sign Sancho. With personal terms ‘mostly agreed’, it’s down to the Premier League side to find an agreement with Dortmund to conclude the operation.