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Jadon Sancho has admitted his England team-mates are quizzing him about a possible move to Manchester United.
United are believed to have made an initial bid of around £60million for Sancho but Borussia Dortmund are demanding in excess of £80million.
And the chance of Sancho moving to the Premier League this summer is sparking speculation within Gareth Southgate’s Euro camp.
Sancho told Talksport: “All the boys have a lot of questions. I just tell them – 'look, I'm just focused on football at the moment’.
"I'm cool about it. There's always going to be speculation, especially when you do well.
"It's just how you handle that on the pitch and just keep doing what you're doing.
Jadon Sancho has admitted his teammates are asking him about Man Utd
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"If you keep on doing that then I'm sure that won't be a problem because the main thing is my football and that's what I'm focused on at the moment."
Sancho, 21, has two years left on his Dortmund contract and the Bundesliga club seem willing to cash in.
But having valued him in excess of £100million a year ago, they are unlikely to accept anything close to United’s £60million opening gambit.
His value could even take a boost if he has a sparkling Euro 2020 but Sancho admitted he is not overly hopeful of starting against Croatia on Sunday.
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He said: “Because there's a lot of competition in those kinds of positions, I wouldn't say I'm the most confident.
“But I believe in myself. I feel like if I get the opportunity, I can show what I can do on the pitch.
“I can definitely help the team out with goals and assists.
“This team is a great bunch of lads, people all have different attributes and to be a part of it is just an amazing feeling.”
Sancho was ready to move to Old Trafford last summer, but when United failed to meet Dortmund's asking price he knew that the opportunity to move back to England would come again this year.
Sancho began his career at Manchester City, but turned down a £30,000-a-week contract in order to move to Germany when he was 17 over fears he would not get game-time under Pep Guardiola.
He suffered a dip in form after seeing last summer's proposed return to the Premier League collapse.
And when a thigh injury sustained in early March sidelined him for seven weeks, Dortmund lost ground in their bid to finish in the top four and were knocked out of the Champions League by City.
He returned to help his club win their last seven games of the season – scoring twice in a man-of-the-match performance in the German Cup final win over RB Leipzig and helping them qualify for next season's Champions League.