Borussia Dortmund general manager Hans-Joachim Watzke said in an interview with Bild that Jason Sancho may leave the club this summer. Author of a very good season, the young English striker interests in particular Manchester United and Chelsea.
Twelve goals and 14 assists last year in the Bundesliga, already 14 pawns and 15 assists distilled this season in the first 25 days. At only 20 years old, Jadon Sancho is one of the best values of the German championship. What inevitably arouse some lusts. According to Sky Sports, Manchester United and Chelsea would particularly like to recruit him for the next summer transfer window. Liverpool, FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Manchester City, where he did part of his training, would also be interested.
Beautiful people on the lookout for the young English striker whose market value is estimated at 198.5 million euros by the CIES Football Observatory. In its last study published a week ago, this independent research group even places Sancho at the top of the most expensive players in the world among those born in 2000 or before who evolve in the five major championships (England, Spain, Italy, Germany , France). Even if they do not recover such a sum on its sale, the leaders of the BvB are sure to realize a huge capital gain since they bought it three years ago in Manchester City for an amount between 7 and 8 millions of euros. His club could also let him go this summer.
“You must always respect what the player wants”
This was suggested by Hans-Joachim Watzke, the general manager of Borussia, in an interview with the daily Bild. “We said before the coronavirus pandemic that our priority idea was to keep Jadon. Despite this crisis, I can tell the wealthiest clubs that they should not think that they are going to do good business with us. We do not will not sell a player below its value, “he said. Before clarifying: “You must always respect what the player wants.” The ball would therefore be in Sanchos court, currently under contract until 2022.
According to The Mirror, the player’s preference would go to Manchester United for now. He would be seduced by the project that Ole Gunnar Solskjær began to set up and by the prospect of evolving with some of his teammates in selection (Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford).