Manchester United will use money recouped from a potential sale of Paul Pogba to go back in for Jadon Sancho, a report claims.
Speculation continues over the future of Pogba, who has been strongly linked with Real Madrid and Juventus, while Romelu Lukaku could be set to depart in an £80m deal.
Now, a report from the Forbes claims that United will look to reinvest any money made from a sale of Pogba by rekindling their interest in Sancho.
The young England winger has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League after impressing in Germany, with the teenager contributing 14 goals and 19 assists in 53 appearances in all competitions this season.
United were rumoured to be interested, but were not prepared to meet the €100m asking price for the 19-year-old, though things might change if they sell a big player this summer.
The report does suggest that any chance of signing Sancho is ‘highly unlikely’ given his importance to the Bundesliga giants.
Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke recently revealed though that Sancho is ‘guaranteed’ to be at Dortmund next season.
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