Manchester United are reportedly in no rush to sign Jadon Sancho, who is attracting interest from across Europe.
The queue to sign Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho is long.
Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid are all reportedly eyeing the England international.
United, though, are prepared to wait.
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Manchester United are waiting for Jadon Sancho's price to drop before making a move for the Borussia Dortmund star, according to the Daily Mail.
Sancho has been tipped to join Premier League giants United at the end of the season, though Liverpool, Chelsea, former club Manchester City and Real Madrid are also believed to be interested.
However, United are hoping to drive down the £100million ($180M AUD) price tag.
- Dortmund, meanwhile, have beaten United to the signing of Birmingham City teenager Jude Bellingham. That is according to ESPN, with the Bundesliga side set to announce the 16-year-old's arrival in the coming days.
- Could Arsenal and Roma be involved in a swap deal? The Daily Star says Arsenal are hoping for Henrikh Mkhitaryan to join Roma on a permanent basis, in exchange for Justin Kluivert.
- Barcelona are desperate to sell before the end of the month to balance their accounts, claims Sport. The LaLiga giants are working hard on moving Jean-Clair Todibo and Philippe Coutinho out the door. Barca are willing to accept €70m ($114M AUD) for Coutinho, who has been linked to Chelsea, Tottenham and Newcastle United.
- Il Mattino and Calciomercato.com report Arkadiusz Milik is discussing a new contract with Napoli. The Poland international has been linked to Serie A champions Juventus, Inter, Milan, Tottenham and Arsenal.
- Italian journalist Nicolo Schira says Inter are looking to sign Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang if Lautaro Martinez joins Barca. Paris Saint-Germain have also emerged as a possible destination for Aubameyang.