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It was the longest-running transfer saga of the last window, and one that was ultimately doomed to failure.
Manchester United is believed to have agreed to the terms with Borussia Dortmund outreach player Jadon Sancho, but the £ 120m fee required by the Bundesliga team was deemed out of reach for United.
The Red Devils’ disappointment was compounded by a terrible streak at the start of the Premier League season, when things got so bad that many were asking for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s head.
Fortunately, the Norwegian has turned things around, proving he’s still the right man for the job in the process.
However, you will expect your board to support you in the transfer market going forward.
France Football, cited by Daily star, have revealed that Dortmund is now prioritizing purchasing a replacement for Sancho, and to that end, Stuttgart’s Tanguy Coulibaly appears to be on their radar.
If there’s a chance of closing the deal in January, then United should do its best, because it could be the firm that wins the title.