Jadon Sancho unsure of Dortmund future amidst interest from Man Utd and Chelsea
Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho has admitted that he “doesn’t know” about his future at the club but is still enjoying his time at the Bundesliga club.
The England international was in tremendous form on Saturday afternoon when he scored two goals in Dortmund’s 3-2 victory over RB Leipzig.
Although the result ended up confirming the German title would end up in Munich, it also went a long way to ensuring a top four finish for Dortmund and the promise of Champions League football next season.
With Dortmund spending much of the season out of form, speculation has continued to surround Sancho’s future at the club.
The winger has a deal with the Bundesliga side until 2023, but reports in England linking him with a move to Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea could mean offers will fly in this summer.
However, despite the speculation, Sancho remains committed to Dortmund and insists he’s happy at the club.
“I don’t know about my future. I am very happy here in Dortmund at the moment,” the forward told ESPN.
“I love the club, the fans and the team. They gave me my first professional start. The fans motivate and push me to the limit.”
Could Dortmund sell Sancho this summer?
With much of the transfer news surrounding Dortmund being based around Erling Haaland’s future at the club, Sancho’s situation at the club is often forgotten about.
Unlike Haaland, Dortmund seem to be far more pragmatic in their stance on Sancho’s future by suggesting that they would allow the winger to leave the club this summer if the right kind of deal came in.
“We already had a gentlemen’s agreement with Jadon last year that he can switch under certain conditions,” the club’s sporting director, Michae Zorc, recently said to ARD.
“He has been with us for a couple of years. However, this agreement does not exist with Erling.”
Man Utd were unable to meet Dortmund’s asking price for Sancho last season as a huge transfer saga frustrated supporters.
Zorc added: “In the end, the requirements were not met.”