Man United reportedly set transfer fee for Jadon Sancho amid Tottenham interest
Sancho has yet to excel at Old Trafford.
The England winger joined the Red Devils from Borussia Dortmund in 2021 in a deal worth up to £73m.
Sancho excelled with the German side, scoring 50 goals and registering 64 assists in 137 games.
Yet, the 23-year-old has had a mixed spell with the Red Devils and reportedly could be sold to raise transfer funds.
Man United reportedly set their price for Jadon Sancho.
According to The Sunday Express, Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing Sancho this summer.
Spurs, however, are said to be only prepared to pay £50m for the winger.
United would want a higher fee, closer to £60m, to make the move happen.
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Sancho is under contract at Old Trafford until 2026, and the club may give him another season to show his potential.
Yet, United also may need to sell players to fund any incoming transfers after spending over €200m on new players last summer.
Sancho at Man United.
Man United manager Erik Ten Hag granted Sancho a break during the season as the player was not 'physically or mentally' ready to play.
Sancho was supported by the club during his time away and was welcomed back in February.
He finished the 2022/23 season with seven goals and three assists in 41 games.
Sancho's output was a slight improvement on his debut season at Old Trafford, which saw him score five goals and register three assists.
It would be a surprise to see United sell Sancho this summer. The winger, however, has not come close to replicating his Borussia Dortmund form at Old Trafford.
Man United also have several players who can be used in wide forward positions - such as Marcus Rashford, Alejandro Garnacho, Antony, Anthony Elanga and Amad Diallo.
Sancho's starting spot, therefore, won't be guaranteed next season.
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