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Man Utd ready to pay 'significant' fee to help Jadon Sancho complete Borussia Dortmund move

Man Utd ready to pay 'significant' fee to help Jadon Sancho complete Borussia Dortmund move

Jadon Sancho is nearing an exit from Manchester United after being made surplus to requirements.

Jadon Sancho is reportedly nearing a loan move to Borussia Dortmund, with Manchester United willing to contribute financially to make the move happen.

Sancho has been exiled at United ever since he called out Erik ten Hag for comments made about his training levels after the 3-1 defeat to Arsenal in September.

The England international was banished from the first-team environment due to his refusal to apologise.

A late move to Saudi Arabia had been mooted but fell through and now Sancho looks set to return to Dortmund on loan.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Sancho sees Dortmund as his ideal option to get his career back on track and his given the switch the green light.

United and Dortmund are now discussing a loan fee and how the wages will be covered.

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Laurie Whitwell of The Athletic claims that the Red Devils are prepared to make a significant contribution to the salary.

Sancho is one of United's top earners on more than £200,000-a-week and the club would rather loan him out and protect his value than pay him off as it is more financially viable for them.

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United paid Dortmund £73 million for Sancho's services in 2021 and he has scored 12 goals in 82 appearances for the club.

His form has been indifferent to the levels he was producing at Dortmund, where he once contributed to 19 goals in 26 Bundesliga games in the 2020/21 campaign.

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He won the DFB Pokal with the Dortmund that season before signing for United.

Sancho has continued to be present at Carrington but train with the academy.

Ten Hag commented on the situation last month, telling a press conference: "It is about a culture and every player has to match certain standards and it was about that."

"What will happen there, he knows what he has to do if he wants to return and it is up to him. He knows what he has to do, it is up to him.

"We will see what will happen. It is an internal matter, we will see what will happen."

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Topics: Manchester United, Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund, Erik Ten Hag