Borussia Dortmund are expecting to receive a huge bid from Manchester United as the Red Devils try to sign Jadon Sancho this summer.
Reports in Germany claim BVB are preparing themselves for United’s offer should Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side qualify for next season’s Champions League.
United are fifth right now but could move up to fourth this evening if they beat Crystal Palace and Leicester drop more points at home to Sheffield United.
If they rise to fourth tonight, the Red Devils will be strong favourites to complete their final two matches of the season and remain in the Champions League places.
And this outcome will kickstart the chase for Sancho, with United to then bid for the England wonderkid.
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According to Bild, the Old Trafford outfit will submit a £109million (€120m) offer, meaning if Sancho is signed he will become the club’s most expensive player ever.
Sancho, who this season scored 17 goals and also created the same amount, is believed to be keen on returning to Manchester, three years after leaving Man City’s academy for Dortmund in an £8m deal.
But he does not want to drop down to the Europa League, so booking their place in Europe’s premier continental competition is vital for Man United as they bid to sign one of football’s brightest prospects.