Manchester United are now prepared to solve their financial issues and bring Jadon Sancho to Old Trafford, avoiding any further protraction.
From their perspective, agent fees and personal terms are the sticking points of the negotiations.
As things stand, Borussia Dortmund have demanded €120million for the 20-year-old, which United insiders deem ‘unrealistic’ taking the post-pandemic market into account.
Yet, the German counterparts have refused to budge on their demands.
The German media suggest that a deal, which has a very low chance of going through, is possible only if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side propose the full payment of €120m.
It is understood that consensus over the transfer fees could be reached via an amortised structure.
In the midst of the existing rumours in news outlets, Sancho remains keen on a move to Old Trafford this summer.
Going by recent developments, the dots seem to connect in favour of United.
Despite relative silence on this saga for the past few weeks, the dialogues are understood to be happening behind closed doors.
Both parties have amicably decided to reach an agreement without the hassle of media coverage.
Recently, Christian Falk has said Sancho could be granted his wish of joining United if the English club matches the €120m valuation.
This could be a positive bit for the Red Devils’ faithful.
If United could find a payment structure to convince Dortmund to sanction the transfer, the transfer could see rapid movement in the coming days.