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Manchester United are still a "significant" way apart from Borussia Dortmund in terms of their valuation of Jadon Sancho.
United and Dortmund remain in dialogue over a potential deal for the England winger, who is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's No.1 summer target.
But while Dortmund are looking for £80million for Sancho, United are understood to be willing to pay £60m, although there is said to be room for compromise on that figure.
With personal terms between United and Sancho already agreed, all that remains to get the deal over the line is an agreement on the fee and the structure of payments between the two clubs.
The two clubs are at loggerheads over the transfer fee for Sancho
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United believe £60m is an accurate price for Sancho in the post-Covid transfer market, while Dortmund have come down from last summer's asking price of £100m.
But for the deal to get over the line, both clubs are going to have to concede some ground over the fee, with Sancho said to be desperate to join United, after four seasons in Germany.
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Dortmund have agreed to let Sancho join United if they receive a satisfactory offer, with the 21-year-old having already agreed terms of around £250,000-a-week, on what would be a five-year deal with an option for an additional year.