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Sancho set to force his way out of Dortmund in the summer

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It is believed Jadon Sancho is to force his way out of Borussia Dortmund this summer with the potential suitors holding 100 million Euros for his signature

Sancho has become disenchanted with life in Germany after recent internal issues between himself and the club.

So much so he is now preparing to force through a transfer.

The young England international has seen a different side to life at the top of late.

He was fined by Dortmund fined £86,000 and dropped for their important league game against Borussia Monchengladbach.

This was the punishment administered by the club after returning late following international duty.

Then there has been the extra solo training he has been ordered to do.

This was supposed to be a private matter between club manager Lucien Favre and Sancho, but Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc saw fit to go public.

To top the public humiliation off, Sancho was substituted just 36 minutes into the big match between Dortmund and Bayern.

There was no excuse to protect the player either from his manager.

Favre said after the game:

“He was not injured, he trained yesterday.”

“I had to go on what I was seeing and, to be honest, it was not good enough.”

According to the Daily Mail, Sancho has taken tall this as a sign that it is time to get out.

There is no shortage of suitors, as Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Real Madrid are all thought to be interested.

The potential 100 million Euro fee is not thought to deter any of them.

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