Manchester United are expected to try again for Jadon Sancho next summer after failing to land the 20-year-old in the transfer window – but have been warned.
Sancho was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's top target throughout the summer transfer window, but the Premier League side failed to land him.
However, chief exec Ed Woodward and co have been warned that the England star's price tag is only going to increase with another season of top-class performances.
According to Bundesliga expert Chris Williams, the club have said his transfer value “can only get higher”.
He says two other clubs are interested in the England International – one from Spain and another from the Premier League.
But Dortmund were never going to move from their £108m valuation.
The Red Devils tried to call Dortmund's bluff, but failed with a bid worth £90million plus add-ons last week.
Sancho, who is contracted to Dortmund until 2023, reportedly have told close friends that he still expects to sign for the Old Trafford club in the near future.
And United have told the England winger they will not turn their back on the move, according to The Sun.
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