Borussia Dortmund are reportedly unwilling to reduce their asking price for Jadon Sancho amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The English star has become one of football’s most coveted youngsters after his performances over the last few years with Barcelona and Manchester United his top suitors.
The 20-year-old has slowly transformed himself into one of the best players in the world with few able to produce what the English starlet has managed so far. Furthermore, without his assistance on more than one occasion this season, Borussia Dortmund wouldn’t be in the title race with the German giants struggling to put their best foot forward.
That combined with the COVID-19 pandemic has seen Dortmund reconsider their stance on selling Sancho in the summer. ESPN have reported that the German giants are still open to letting the 20-year-old leave the club but while the COVID-19 pandemic has decimated the transfer market, Dortmund will reportedly not drop their asking price and will stick to their reportedly €120 million price-tag.
Sport Bild reported the same but the German news outlet also added that the decree applies to not just Sancho but to any player on their way out of Dortmund in the near future. The English star has been heavily linked with a move away with Manchester United, Chelsea, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City and even Bayern Munich all interested. They’re not the only ones with clubs all across Europe keeping a keen eye on the 20-year-old’s development over the last three years.
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