Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho is understood to want to leave the club next summer, with a whole host of European giants keen to lure him away, according to one report.
The 19-year-old earned a spot in the England team after bursting onto the scene last season - becoming the Bundesliga's top assist maker - but the current campaign has been full of uncertainty and frustration for Sancho.
Sancho has been publicly criticised by both sporting director Michael Zorc and manager Lucien Favre, and now the Daily Mail claim that the teenager has decided he 'wants to leave' Signal Iduna Park at the end of the season.
That news will be of interest to countless sides around Europe. The likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Barcelona are understood to be considering bids, but they will be rivalled by significant interest from the Premier League.
Former club Manchester City, as well as Manchester United and Chelsea have all been heavily linked with a move for Sancho in recent months, while the Mail say Premier League leaders Liverpool have now also expressed an interest in the exciting teenager.
However, given Jürgen Klopp's side already have a first-choice attacking trio of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané, it seems unlikely that Liverpool would be willing to spend upwards of £100m on a player who is not even guaranteed minutes at the club.
Dortmund have been preparing for Sancho's departure since last summer, with the Bundesliga giants ready to listen to enormous offers for the Three Lions star.
90min learned back in August that United were confident of being able to sign Sancho in the summer of 2020, although the Red Devils - who are specifically targetting young British talent as part of their ongoing rebuild - were aware that interest from other clubs may prove problematic in their pursuit of the winger.
This season, Sancho began by firing three goals and six assists in his first seven games, but things turned sour after he was dropped for a league game against Borussia Mönchengladbach as a result of his late return from international duty.
Sancho accepted his punishment, but still found himself hung out to dry by Zorc, despite Favre's initial insistence that the issue would be handled internally.
He was then dropped to the bench against Wolfsburg, before being substituted after just 36 minutes in Dortmund's humiliating 4-0 loss to Bayern Munich on Saturday - after which Favre admitted that Sancho was hauled off because of a poor performance.
With things now going wrong for Sancho, it appears he would be open to a move away from Dortmund, and he will almost certainly have plenty of suitors to choose between if he does decide to push for an exit.
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