Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford urged his club to recruit Jadon Sancho, with whom he is currently joined in the English selection to play the Euro.
Marcus Rashford plays on all fields. Very involved in social life alongside his football career, the striker has also turned into an intermediary to facilitate the transfer of Jadon Sancho to Manchester United. On Tuesday, he responded to a fan on Twitter asking him to announce the signing of the Borussia Dortmund winger to Dortmund. “Yes,” he wrote.
Rashford and Sancho are currently reunited with the English selection to participate in the Euro. Tuesday, the Three Lions snatched their qualification for the quarter-finals of the competition by winning against Germany (2-0) in a molten Wembley. Rashford and Sancho did not take part in this meeting which they followed from the sidelines. But they could soon be reunited under the same club jersey.
A transfer around 90 million euros?
According to information from the English press, Borussia Dortmund would be close to accepting an offer of 85 million euros (plus five bonuses) for the transfer of their winger. The two clubs have been in discussions for many weeks and the health crisis has reportedly pushed the German team to revise its claims downwards as it valued its player at nearly 130 million euros last year.
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Sancho saw a complicated Euro since he played only six short minutes in England’s victory against the Czech Republic (1-0) in the group stage. He was relegated behind Raheem Sterling, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Rashford and Bukayo Saka in the pecking order.
Erling also in support of Sancho
On Tuesday he received the support of his club teammate Erling Haaland. “It’s time to bring Sancho in,” the Norwegian star wrote on Twitter. He was not heard by Gareth Southagte. Rashford hopes to have more success with his leaders for the transfer of his friend.