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United braced for £33m loss following player’s exit whom they’re ‘100%’ planning to sell

United braced for £33m loss following player’s exit whom they’re ‘100%’ planning to sell
United braced for £33m loss following player’s exit whom they’re ‘100%’ planning to sell

As Manchester United gear up for their first transfer window of the INEOS era, one of the board’s first orders of business is finding a resolution to Jadon Sancho’s situation.

The winger played the final match of his Borussia Dortmund loan spell at Wembley nine days ago as the Germans fell to a 2-0 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

Reports have suggested that Dortmund would be keen on re-signing Sancho, who spent four years at the Signal Iduna Park before making his highly-anticipated switch to Old Trafford. However, the club are unwilling to meet United’s demands when it comes to his prospective transfer fee, while the Englishman’s £250,000-a-week wages are also a stumbling block.

Read more: Ten Hag could leave United by ‘mutual consent’ as INEOS wait to hold talks with ‘priority’ Southgate after Euros

Another dreadful piece of business from United

United, meanwhile, are prepared to sanction a £33 million loss from Sancho’s outgoing, as Fabrizio Romano claims the Reds have set his price tag at £40m ahead of the window opening on Friday and are ‘100% decided’ on selling him. Back in 2021, they parted with a whopping £73m to acquire his services.

Should this be the end of the 24-year-old’s Red Devils tenure, it’s safe to say it was severely underwhelming for all parties.

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