Transfer News: Borussia Dortmund settle on Sancho value as Chelsea, Man United and Liverpool observe
Borussia Dortmund won’t permit Jadon Sancho to leave at a reduced price, regardless of transfer fees being influenced by the coronavirus pandemic, as indicated by reports.
The Covid-19 pandemic has hit football clubs hard on the financial front, with player transfer value expected to diminish accordingly – possibly observing big-name players moving for cut-value sums.
Prior to the pandemic, Sancho was valued at £100m, in the midst of extreme connections with a return to the Premier League. Chelsea, Man United and Liverpool have all been referenced as contenders for the ex-Manchester City youngster.
Mindful that couple of clubs will have the option to bear the cost of that value now, Dortmund have ruled against selling Sancho for a reduced price – and will try to keep hold of him until transfer fees picks up again, as indicated by the Telegraph.
That would be a significant blow specifically for Man United, who have quite recently affirmed a stunning increment in debt during the latest budgetary quarter and would likely not have the option to bear the cost of such a figure for Sancho.
Reports prior demonstrated that a comparable asking price for Kalidou Koulibaly had left the Red Devils ‘terrified’, so they should show restraint toward their funds before they can truly push forward with their enthusiasm for Sancho.
The update denotes a distinction from an ongoing confirmation by a Dortmund transfer chief, who had conceded that transfer fees would lessen in the current climate.
Regardless of a broad conviction that the next transfer window will be a buyers market, notwithstanding, it looks as though Dortmund will be attempting to clutch Sancho for another season.