Cape Town - Manchester United's chances of securing
the services of Dortmund's Jadon Sancho would be extremely slim if they
don't secure Champions League football, according to reports.
Sancho has started the Bundesliga season with three goals and four
assists in six games, as well as two goals for England against Kosovo.
The former Manchester City youngster has long been linked with
United, with most reports suggesting that he will be a priority if they
return to the Champions League.
Sancho would cost in excess of £100 million if United - or any other club in Europe - tried to buy him next summer.
The Red Devils have made the worst start to a Premier League season
for 30 years following their 1-1 draw at home to Arsenal on Monday,
which means they only have nine points from seven matches.
And Goal reports that those advising Sancho on his next move 'are
aware that the Premier League club's standing in world football is on
the decline' and they are 'far from convinced that United are a sensible
Champions League qualification is essential if the Red Devils want to
stand a chance of landing Sancho with United 'making plans for next
The report adds, though, that the 'sticking point for the Red Devils centres around those advising Sancho'.
- TeamTalk Media