Dortmund 'reject £91m bid from Manchester United for Jadon Sancho'
Borussia Dortmund ‘reject £91m bid from Manchester United for Jadon Sancho’ as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is left frustrated AGAIN in pursuit of England star
- Manchester United have endured an extremely frustrating transfer window
- They have prioritised the signing of Jadon Sancho but have failed in their pursuit
- Borussia Dortmund have once again turned down United’s advances for Sancho
- United have only signed Donny van de Beek in a £40million deal from Ajax
Manchester United have stumbled once again in their pursuit of Jadon Sancho after Borussia Dortmund reportedly turned down a £91million bid for the England international.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have been in hot pursuit of Sancho all summer but Dortmund have stood extremely firm over their £108million valuation of the winger.
And according to Sky Sports, Dortmund have now rejected United’s last-ditch move for Sancho after they launched a £91.3million offer.
Borussia Dortmund are standing firm over their £108million valuation of Jadon Sancho
United have endured a hugely frustrating summer transfer window as they’ve looked to prioritise the signing of Sancho from Dortmund.
The Premier League side’s only signing has been Holland international Donny van de Beek from Ajax in a £40million deal.
Despite missing Dortmund’s deadline of August 10 for a deal to be completed for Sancho, United haven’t given up hope of getting their number one target.
However, their latest offer highlights that Dortmund will continue to play hardball with the Red Devils unless they match Sancho’s £108m price tag.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side continue to falter in their pursuit of the England international
Earlier on Tuesday, Marco Reus admitted that Sancho would not leave Germany before the window closes on October 5.
Asked about Sancho staying at Dortmund rather than returning to England, Reus told Sky Germany: ‘For us players that was great news.
‘We all were happy that he will be with us for one more year because he delivers assists and goals, so we get points.’
United have been desperate to add to their attacking options as they look to make inroads on Liverpool and Manchester City in the Premier League.
They have endured a sluggish start to the new Premier League campaign, losing their opener at home to Crystal Palace before scraping past Brighton away 3-2 thanks to a last-gasp penalty after the final whistle had remarkably blown.
Dortmund captain Reus said Sancho will spend at least another year with the Bundesliga side
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