Tottenham are looking forward to a shocking bid for Jadon Sancho. The London club is ready to send a £50 million bid before the beginning of the transfer window.
Tottenham are generously looking forward to regrouping after failing to qualify for European football with the appointment of a new manager, Ange Postecoglou.
Negotiations for relegated Leicester City playmaker James Maddison began last week.
Now, in addition to a £40m offer for the Foxes’ England playmaker, Spurs are poised to join the race for his Three Lions colleague Sancho, who has won 23 caps.
The Manchester United attacker has struggled for form since Erik Ten Hag came in. The Manchester United manager sent the player to the Netherlands to make him mentally and physically ready.
The player is not an automatic selection for the England squad for the upcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia.
Manchester United signed him from Borussia Dortmund with a £72.5 million, two years ago.
Borussia Dortmund are also considering taking back the Manchester City youth product but will only consider a season loan.
That kind of deal wouldn’t be welcome by Manchester United. They are looking forward to selling some players to enable them raise fund with takeover now looking imminent.
Sancho last chance to prove himself was against Manchester City where Manchester United lost 2-1 in the FA Cup final with Antony going out due to injuries.
The player failed to impress the manager and he was chocked through the second half until he was replaced with Garnacho.
How Much Does Jadon Sancho Earns A Week
At Manchester United, Jadon Sancho makes £350,000 each week. This translates to £18.2 million annually.
After David de Gea, he earns the second-highest salary at Manchester United. Sancho’s Manchester United deal is valid until June 2026.
Does Jadon Sancho Speaks German
Jadon Sancho can speak German, for sure. He spent two seasons in the Bundesliga as a player for Borussia Dortmund and actively pursued language study throughout that period.
He can now speak German with ease, and he has even conducted interviews in the language without any problems.
Sancho’s teammates and coaches have commended his command of the German language.
They claim that it has aided in his team integration and increased sense of belonging in Germany. Sancho has acknowledged that he is really pleased with his ability to speak German and that he is proud of it.