- Jadon Sancho could be on his way back to the Premier League this summer
- The 20-year-old has been on Man United's radar all through this season
- The Red Devils have however insisted that they cannot pay more than £50m for the youngster
- Sancho joined Borussia Dortmund in 2017 for a meagre £7m
Manchester United have insisted that they will not be paying more than £50 million for England sensation Jadon Sancho this summer.
The forward joined Borussia Dortmund from Manchester City in 2017 and became an instant success in the German League.
He has since then scored 34 goals and 43 assists in 99 appearances across competitions but is keen on a return to the Premier League.
As it stands, Dortmund are not interested in entertaining any offer less than £100 million for the winger who left Man City for just £8m for in August 2017.
Chelsea and a few other clubs have also shown interest in the England international but the Red Devils seem to be the favourite to land him.
The Old Trafford outfit has to find a way around this deal if they want it to happen else they will have to wait till his contract with Dortmund expires in the summer of 2022.
United believe Dortmund are not considerate with the price tag on the forward despite knowing the harsh effect coronavirus pandemic had on their financial stability.
Sancho has been on fire for Dortmund this campaign having recorded 17 Bundesliga goals and 16 assists.
However, United will be encouraged by Dortmund's statement that their final figures may change depending on the transfer window which opens next month.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has lined up five Man United stars for sale this summer in a bid to raise funds for the transfer of Jadon Sancho.
Sancho has emerged a major transfer target for United who are keen to revamp their squad ahead of next season.
It is believed Borussia Dortmund are demanding a massive £110million for the winger. However, Metro UK reports the Red Devils are unwilling to cough that much after being hit financially with the global outbreak of coronavirus.