Since last summer, Manchester United has tirelessly worked to bring Jadon Sancho to Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has been told he can sign Sancho if he can meet the £108 million valuation for the winger.
However, the deal has a fresh twist on its nature as Dortmund’s Sporting Director Michael Zorc has a strong stance on Sancho’s release clause.
With the deal being unlikely to happen this summer, United may shift their focus to Real Madrid’s Lucas Vazquez.
The 29-year old’s contract expires in the summer and talks to reach an agreement for the multipurpose workhorse seem to hit a stumbling block.
According to ABC outlet, Vazquez does not want a pay cut to his salary. Madrid is facing a financial crisis due to the woes of the Corona Virus pandemic.
Therefore, it is slashing 10% of each player’s salary to recover from the financial crisis.
Additionally, Manchester United, Chelsea, AC Milan, and Bayern Munich are said to be interested in the Galician.
Apparently, United is hesitant in the pursuit of the young English star Eurosport understands.
The Red Devils are hopeful the forward can push for his exit. Moreover, they are optimistic that Dortmund can part with between £50 million and £60 million