Release Date: Wednesday 30 September 2020 8:18
Despite Manchester United’s defeat to sign Jadan Sancho, there is hope for the future, with transfer rumors circulating on Wednesday that Fulham are ready to compete with Tottenham for their 1st summer goal.
The next summary of the Sancho deal after the recent defeat
Jadon Sancho has told Manchester United he is ready to wait until next summer to make his move to Old Trafford.
The winger is said to be keen to return to the Premier League with the Red Devils after months of speculation.
United rejected their latest bid for Sancho on Tuesday evening for $ 91 million.
This led to the signing of a deal to replace Barcelona’s Usman Temple, Who can sign the loan agreement.
However, that does not mean that United’s chances of signing Sancho are completely over.
According to The Times, Sancho is disappointed that the two clubs failed to come to an exchange agreement.
However, the 20-year-old said he would not let him down. So, in the summer of 2021 he told United leaders that he was going to take more action and was willing to wait another year, the report said.
The Guardian, meanwhile, has told Dortmund United that there is no point in bidding if their $ 120 million (109.6 million) bid is not met.
United submitted their ‘final’ m 91 million attempt on Tuesday, but it was immediately rejected by the Bundesliga side.
However, United will not allow disappointment to stand in their way. The contract for Temple was put on hold if the offer for Sancho failed.
Therefore, those negotiations are expected to increase, and it is not expected that reaching an agreement will be difficult. Ronald Coman is said to be determined to get the French winger out of Barcelona’s books.
Kawani is next for United
United are also in talks to bring in Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani for a free transfer.
Kawani is a free agent who left PSG in June. In the fall of his career, the 33-year-old has set incredible goals.
He Affiliated with Leeds, Benfica and Atletico Madrid earlier this summer.
But Widespread reports suggest he will sign the dotted line with United. A two-year contract worth about $ 200,000 a week is being prepared.
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