Borussia Dortmund have made winger Jadon Sancho available for transfer in the January transfer window, as the relationship between the player and club has completely broken down, according to the Independent.
The 19-year-old is believed to have been fined after turning up late to a team meeting and a training session before Dortmund’s 3-1 defeat to Barcelona on Wednesday. The situation has deteriorated to the point that both parties want to see a sale happen.
That will be music to ears of Manchester United who are said to be very keen on signing Sancho. The Red Devils will, though, face big competition to sign the England international.
Liverpool, Manchester City and Real Madrid are also interested in the teenager, and it is reported that Dortmund will consider any offers over the £100m mark.
United may face a strong fight from Real, in particular, as they feel they have a strong hand in negotiations, with Dortmund keen on signing loanee Achraf Hakimi on a permanent basis from the Spanish club.
Even so, it looks like United will get a chance of sealing the signing of one of their key targets much earlier than expected.