Jadon Sancho: Bayern Munich join Man United in race to sign the English winger

Jadon Sancho: Bayern Munich join Man United in race to sign the English winger

- Jadon Sancho has emerged as target for Bayern Munich this summer

- They are now up for a battle with Manchester United for Sancho's signature

- Bayern Munich are also tracking the signing of Leroy Sane from Manchester City

German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have reportedly showed interest in the signing of Borrusia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho and they are ready to move for him this summer.

This latest development will now come as a big blow for Premier League side Manchester United who have long been tracking how to sign Jadon Sancho.

Since moving to Germany in 2017, Jadon Sancho has been impressive in which his performances has made him the target of many clubs in Europe.

Manchester United boss Ole Solskjaer wants Jadon Sancho to be part of his squad next season so as for the Red Devils to fight for the Premier League title.

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But United's major transfer enemies now is Bayern Munich who are said to have made inquiry about Jadon Sancho before football was suspended by coronavirus.

According to ESPN, they are still ready to make a move for the Englishman when the transfer window opens in Europe.

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Leroy Sane who plays for Manchester City is another star being wanted by Bayern Munich, but their major focus will be on signing Jadon Sancho.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United are reportedly interested in Odion Ighalo extending his contract at Old Trafford beyond May, but the Red Devils have not decided on his future at Old Trafford.

This is because of the return of England international Marcus Rashford who has recovered from back injury that has kept him out of action since December last year.

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And since Odion Ighalo replaced Marcus Rashford at Manchester United in January, the Nigerian has been impressive scoring four goals and providing one assist for Solskjaer's side.

Football in England is currently on hold due to the crisis of coronavirus with Premier League chiefs still deliberating on when the season can resume.

The Chinese Super League on the other are preparing to start the season and Odion Ighalo's side Shanghai Shenhua want the Nigerian striker to make a return.

Sky Sports' James Cooper explained that there is a relaxed mood for now at Old Trafford.

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