Borussia Dortmund Agrees to Release Jadon Sancho to Man United for Rp1.14 Trillion: Okezone Bola

DORTMUND – Borussia Dortmund reportedly agreed to release their wing midfielder, Jadon Sancho to Manchester United worth 60 million paun (approximately Rp1, 14 trillion) in the transfer market this summer.

Sancho is a born player from London, England who was brought in Dortmund from Manchester City in 2017 at the age of 17 years. He was purchased with a transfer value of 8 million paun (approximately Rp141 billion).

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During playing 3 years playing in Dortmund, the National Team (England) player has scored 34 goals and 43 assists from 99 appearances.

In the German League this season, Sancho also played brilliantly. He scored 20 goals and 20 assists with Die Borussen — the nickname Borussia Dortmund.

His slick performance attracted the interest of several big European clubs, such as Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Liverpool. However, United Man became the most aggressive club to pick Sancho.

Dortmund initially insisted on selling Sancho to Man United with a transfer value of 109 million paun (approximately Rp2 trillion). In fact they do not intend to reduce prices even though many clubs are experiencing financial problems due to the co-19 pandemic.

However, The Independent claims, Dortmund have agreed on the price of Sancho’s transfer to Man United. The British media said Dortmund has released Sancho at a price of 60 million pounds (1.14 trillion).

Even so the management of the Red Devils must pay the remaining approximately 40 million pounds (765 billion) to Dortmund.

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The Daily Mail reported Dortmund gave Man United a deadline to complete the transfer of the lively midfielder until August 10, 2020.

Sancheo himself is no longer comfortable playing in the German League. He missed returning home to his home country, England.

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