Jadon Sancho spotted back in England after Dortmund training ahead of Man Utd transfer


    Jadon Sancho was back in England last night at a private gathering with rappers Krept and Konan. The England international was enjoying some downtime as his potential transfer to Manchester United rumbles on.

    It is understood that Borussia Dortmund trained yesterday morning and allowed the players to have Sunday off.

    Sancho took the opportunity to return home and reunite with friends with the German season already complete.

    He was pictured at a socially-distanced gathering with rappers Casyo Johnson and Karl Wilson, who go by the names of Krept and Konan and who are Manchester United fans who live in London.

    Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard have previously been seen partying with the pair.

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    There has been some haggling over how much United are willing to pay up front with the rest in instalments and add-ons.

    Sancho wants to join United though and they are therefore confident on concluding the deal.

    Personal terms are not expected to be a problem while a contract is already understood to have been agreed.

    Football consultant Ian McGarry claims the Dortmund star is already in a group chat with several United players.


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    “They [Man United] do not believe they will be gazumped by any other club because nobody has expressed the same level of interest,” he told the Transfer Window Podcast.

    “They are also very confident the player wants to come to Old Trafford.

    “He has been in constant touch with England international colleagues who currently play for Manchester United and is in daily contact with them.

    “It’s even believed that he’s in a WhatsApp group with some of the Manchester United players as well.

    “Therefore United are very conformable with their position. They do believe Dortmund will come round to the structure they’ve suggested.”

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