Another day, another update on the future of Jadon Sancho.
He's all set to be the transfer story of the summer, or one of them at least.
The latest on the England and Borussia Dortmund star's future covers what the British press are saying, some noises out of Spain regarding interest from PSG, and how Dortmund view the situation. Dive on in.
A fresh report from the Telegraph on Monday makes clear that Manchester United have 'made the early running' for Sancho, and that they're the ones leading the race to sign him ahead of the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea, who each hold interest in the England international.
Mike McGrath states that Sancho, if he moves to United, will become the club's record signing, for a fee that shatters what the 20-time league champions paid for Paul Pogba (£89m) in 2016. He'll likely cost more than £100m.
And the story
Sancho fits the profile of the young, British players that United are looking to sign as they continue their revamp of their first team under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The report makes it clear that he'd fit the bill for a problem position on the right wing.
Apart from that, not much really. You'd have known all of the above if you'd have read any updates from our end since last September.
Last month, we followed up with detail on how United had started the charm offensive, making the player feel wanted and selling the new project - which he would be a leader of alongside the likes of Marcus Rashford - and that they were
Read more of the piece from last month here.
PSG Interested in Sancho?
A small section in Catalan daily Sport (per Sport Witness, who are good at telling us what's out there) suggests that Paris Saint-Germain used their recent meeting with Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League - a game which they lost 2-1 - to check up on Sancho's availability.
It's suggested Dortmund told PSG that Sancho wasn't going anywhere for any less than
So, What Are Dortmund & Sancho Saying?
As far as they're concerned, they don't need to sell Jadon Sancho this summer - and that's straight out of the mouth of club
On Sancho, he told BBC Sport: "I think he has the feeling that the club does have a good future.
"We have a very confidential relationship between us and him and his agents.
"It's not a question of money.
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