- Jadon Sancho is reportedly set to join Manchester United next season
- The Dortmund star has produced some eye-catching performances in the Bundesliga
- Chelsea and Liverpool have also been linked with the England international
- Sancho has scored 14 goals in 23 appearances for Dortmund this season
Jadon Sancho will join Manchester United from Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund in the summer, reports claim.
Dortmund are ready to let the Englishman go in the summer should any club meet their asking price of £100million.
Chelsea and Liverpool have also been linked with the England international but according to Evening Standard, United are favourites to land the wonderkid.
If the deal pulls through Sancho will become the Red Devils' most expensive player ever.
It is understood Sancho is excited with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's young attacking threat that comprises Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood.
With the arrival of Bruno Fernandes, Sancho is also willing to play at the Theatre of Dreams as Solskjaer is keen on improving the squad for next season.
Sancho's has continued to impress in the current Bundesliga campaign with 14 goals in just 23 appearances.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jadon Sancho's performance for Dortmund is something that can be compared to Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi's stats when they were 20 years of age.
The 20-year-old has become a summer target for Man United and Chelsea following his impressive numbers for the Bundesliga side.
The former Man City star joined Dortmund in 2019 and has scored 31 goals including 42 assists in 90 matches for the Yellow Canaries.
And Sancho's stats is worthy of note compared to the current best footballers on the planet Ronaldo and Messi.
Legit.ng also reported that Mike Tyson has admitted that he regrets not being able to fight Floyd Mayweather in his era, Sportsbible reports.
Both boxers have been named among the best that have graced boxing following how they dominated their respective weight divisions.
Iron Mike insisted it pains him that there was no way they would have crossed paths because of their time and different weight-class.
The 53-year-old was asked which boxer he would have wanted to face in an interview with Steve Farhood on Shobox.
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