Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is considering sprinkling the cash this summer season as he ponders whether to fulfill Borussia Dortmunds ₤ 108million valuation of Jadon Sancho.Ole Gunnar Solskjar has actually told Woodward to make Sancho his leading target and United have been working on a deal.Dortmund warned they will not offer the England international due to the fact that the Red Devils stopped working to make an offer prior to their August 10 deadline.But if United were to fulfill their demands over the coming weeks it may be challenging to decline the quote, especially as Sancho wants to finish a relocation to Old Trafford.Woodward will likely attempt to put together a bundle which consists of a considerable cost paid up front and the rest made up of instalments and add-ons. Previous Premier League midfielder Jamie OHara thinks it would be “dumb” of United to invest such an amount when many individuals around the world are having a hard time by the chaos caused by the coronavirus pandemic.” It would be really stupid if everybody struggling in the world, people losing their jobs through redundancies and whatever and United go and spend ₤ 100m on one player,” OHara told talkSPORT.


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