Sancho won’t join United without the Champions League

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Manchester United failure in the race for the Champions League zone made it impossible for Borussia Dortmund’s winger Jadon Sancho to move to Old Trafford in the coming summer.

At the beginning of April, it became known that the Red Devils didn’t just choose Sancho as their number one goal for the summer transfer window, but were ready to pay £100 million for the 19-year-old Englishman.

Since then, the situation at Old Trafford has changed significantly. United went into a steep dive, finished in sixth place in the Premier League and will play only in the Europa League in the next season.

According to The Independent, without the Champions League, the Devils won’t be able to entice Sancho. Jadon doesn’t believe that United, in their current state, are the right club for his future progress.

In addition to United, former Manchester City player is also being watched by Barcelona, Real Madrid and PSG. These clubs, unlike the Devils, are ready to offer Jadon the possibility to play in the Champions League, but they hardly decide to pay the nine-digit amount for the midfielder.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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