German outfits Borussia Dortmund are confident of keeping the English pacey winger Jadon Sancho amid the much anticipated move to Manchester United.
United is potentially able to meet Sancho’s personal terms, but the two sides still have disputes over the transfer fee.
The German side is demanding over £100m for Sancho, who they signed from Manchester City for £10m in 2017, which United are feel they are being ripped off.
With the transfer window curtains set to fall down on 5 October, United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can only brag of signing Ajax midfielder Donny Van De Beek for an initial fee of £35m.
Solskjaer has been keen on signing another wide player in a feat to fill the unfilled gap left by Cristiano Ronaldo after ditching United for Spanish Giants Real Madrid.
The Red-Devils have failed to find the perfect right winger after the exit of Ronaldo in 2009 under the tutelage of Sir Alex Ferguson.
United’s right wing has seen the statures of Mephis Depay, Angel Di Maria, Antonio Valencia and Alexis Sanchez hitting rock-bottom.
With Sancho’s potential move threatening to go south, Solkjaer still has the options of landing Madrid’s aging winger Gareth Bale or Croatia’s Ivan Perisic.