Man Utd transfer news: Jadon Sancho fee agreed

Manchester United are about to finally complete the signing of Jadon Sancho after reaching an agreement with Borussia Dortmund on a transfer fee.

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England’s international has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for almost two years, and the long wait seems to be coming to an end.

Sky Sports in Germany reports that Man Utd and Dortmund have agreed on a fee of approximately 85 million euros.

However, they add that the two clubs still need to agree on the structuring of the payment, including what conditional installments will be added to the deal.

But the news is positive for United fans, who have long been tired of speculation about the transfer. They were first linked with a move for Sancho as early as 2019, and although they were close to completing a deal last summer, they refused to face Dortmund’s appreciation of the winger and he stayed at Signal-Iduna Park for a new season.

It has been previously reported that personal terms should be relatively easy to agree on, and Sancho could very soon be introduced as a Manchester United player.

Sancho currently has international service / Catherine Ivill / Getty Images

Sancho is still only 21, has scored a remarkable 50 goals in 137 games for Dortmund and is the only member of England’s Euro 2020 who has never played in the Premier League. He left Manchester City in 2017 after not receiving assurances of a move to the first team and chose to join Dortmund to continue his development.

Otherwise, in the transfer market, United plan to meet the representatives of the Rennes kid Eduardo Camavinga this week.

The French international is believed to have his heart set on moving to the French side of Paris Saint-Germain, although the Red Devils are still expected to try their luck with the 18-year-old. Rennes is keen to sell Camavinga or agree on an extension of the contract with only 12 months left on its deal.

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