Man Utd hatch Jadon Sancho transfer plan and are hopeful of discount on £108m deal

Jadon Sancho will still sign for Manchester United this summer unless something dramatic changes in the next few weeks, but the Red Devils are planning to wait until the final week of the window before making their move. That’s the opinion of transfer expert Ian McGarry, who explained that United’s quarterly reports could have an impact on the deal. 

United are still hopeful of signing Sancho, who remains their top transfer target this summer. 

The English winger has reportedly told United players he is confident of signing for them before the transfer window closes on October 6th 

Dortmund are holding firm on their £108million valuation of the winger, and are adamant that they won’t accept the fee paid in installments. 

But for United, that’s the only way the deal can be completed, as they want to put in place a payment structure over the next five years. 

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And according to McGarry, they could still be able to get their way, as they are planning to use their upcoming financial reports to their advantage. 

Speaking to the Transfer Window Podcast, he revealed that United board members have been told to brace themselves for some rough figures – based on the fact they’ve received no matchday revenue over the past four months. 

And that lack of revenue could be used to entice Dortmund into accepting their terms over Sancho, because the Bundesliga club want to maximise their potential profit.  

“Manchester United believed, and still believe, they have a deal in place with the player over a five-year contract,” he said. 

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“Last week, we reported that the deal was getting held up over bonus payments which are due to [be paid] to Sancho from Dortmund, those are part of the upgrade in his contract that he signed last summer. Those dates are yet to mature, but the money involved is more important to his representatives.  

Just as important is that Sancho has made it clear to several of his England colleagues who currently play for United that he will join them in this window. 

Solskjaer, while feeling frustrated and conscious that Sancho is yet to join up with the squad just days before they’re due to play their first Premier League game, has been reassured and told consistently by the club’s administrators that they believe the deal will be done. 

“At the moment, there’s a standoff between the two clubs over what the fee should be and the payment structure. It was based on what the up-front fee would be and what the add-ons would be. 

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“However, United believe that if they leave the final negotiation until the final week of the window, that Dortmund – who don’t have any offers for the player and want to maximise their profits – will cave in and agree to the terms that United have already offered.  

“Manchester United’s quarterly reports are due next week for the three months when Covid shut football down, and board members have been warned that they will not look good, because the revenue for matchday revenue etc are going to be completely wiped out. That will have an impact on what United will spend.  

“The belief is that there will be a further decline on football finances in the next 12 months, and Dortmund will realise they have to cash in on Sancho at a very high rate of profit, and United will get – not a hugely different deal – but a better deal than the one they believed they’d agreed. 

“Barring a catastrophic collapse of all the talks which have taken place and the verbal talks which have been agreed, Jadon Sancho will be a Manchester United player before the window closes next month.” 

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