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‘Jadon Sancho will join Manchester United this summer’

Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund
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Jadon Sancho will most likely join Manchester United this summer with Dimitar Berbatov insisting the appeal of the transfer would be impossible to reject.

Jadon Sancho is one of the most wanted names in world football right now and a host of clubs are set to battle for his services over the summer.

Dortmund already know they might have some trouble keeping him at the club and it would be reasonable to cash him big on the 20-year-old while he’s still in heavy demand.

The likes of Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool have been closely linked to Sancho but the Red Devils look to be gaining the most ground lately.

Much recently, we reported how reliable journalist Fabrizio Romano claimed the Red Devils were making strides over a potential summer move and are currently favorites to sign the Englishman.

Boasting lots of English history, English players are naturally attracted to joining Manchester United and Dimitar Berbatov believes that same reason would see Sancho join the Red Devils this summer.

Berbatov said as quoted by Evening Standard: “There’s been a lot of talk about Jadon Sancho moving to Manchester United, in his case, because he’s English and Man United are in for you, I don’t think he will think twice about moving there.

“He has the quality, the pace, the goals and the assists to play for them. I’m sure he would like to continue in the national team as well and Gareth Southgate will watch him more if he is playing in the Premier League.”

“He could be a great addition. He needs to step up, play, score, and advance to the next stage of development.”

If Sancho eventually joins Manchester United, he will be the most expensive signing in the club’s history, with the Red Devils ready to cough out upwards of €112m for his signature.

The Dortmund winger has continued to show why many clubs are interested in his signature, with 29 goal contributions in 23 league games (14 goals and 15 assists).