Borussia Dortmund would also like to have the services of Jadon Sancho next season, but will have to dig deep into their pockets to do so. Manchester United would want 50 million pounds, equivalent to 58 million euros, for the winger. Journalist Ben Jacobs reports this CBS Sports.

Dortmund received a significant injection of quality in the winter, when they temporarily took over Sancho from Manchester United and Ian Maatsen was temporarily let go from Chelsea.

The Dutchman and Englishman knew the club management those Boruses both to convince in the final part of the season. A Champions League final awaits them, against Real Madrid, but as far as Dortmund is concerned, the verdict is already in place.

And that is that the duo can also be admired at Signal Iduna Park next season. The Germans did not stipulate a purchase option for either transfer, but there is still hope that the pair will wear the yellow-black colors next season.

For this, Dortmund will have to draw on the Champions League income earned this season. Because although a longer stay for Sancho at Manchester United does not seem very realistic, there are no plans in England to get rid of the technician for a piece of cake.

58 million is the amount Dortmund is concerned with the Mancunians will have to cross the bridge. This would make Sancho by far Dortmund's most expensive incoming transfer ever.

That record is still held by Ousmane Dembélé, who came from Stade Rennes for 35 million euros and was ultimately sold to FC Barcelona for a considerable profit.

Possible breakage those Boruses even twice the transfer record, as the team would also like to take over Maatsen permanently from Chelsea. According to the German branch of Sky Sports the Dutchman has a buyout clause of 35 to 40 million euros in his contract.

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