Sancho’s Man Utd hell almost over as Juventus submit bid

Juventus have reportedly submitted the opening bid for Manchester United’s exiled winger Jadon Sancho as they target a summer move.

Juventus have shown interest in Sancho all summer long and opted to take a patient approach in the bid to sign the Englishman this summer as per Tuttosport who have suggested that Manchester United will only make a permanent sale of the winger and will not accept another loan deal for the 24-year-old. The Bianconeri want to build a squad worthy of winning the Serie A again under Thiago Motta and believe Sancho is the right step for the future.

Italian publication La Stampa on the other hand, has suggested that the Red Devils are slowly warming up to the idea of having to accept another loan deal for Sancho this summer with clubs not ready to match their asking price. They, however, want to include a mandatory buy clause for the Englishman, something that will complicate the deal between the two sides due to the valuation of the player on both ends.

A third report in Italy, this time from Tutto Juve, has suggested that the Premier League side want to quickly decide the fate of Sancho and have set a deadline of mid-July to have his future sorted. The Bianconeri believe that a delay might mean the Red Devils may open up to a loan deal without an obligation to buy.

With most clubs beginning their pre-season in mid-July following the end of the Euros and Copa America, United’s deadline of mid-July makes sense and they will try to do the same.

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