Lucien Favre is trying ahead to Jadon Sancho persevering with his improvement at Borussia Dortmund as he reaffirmed the Manchester United target is going nowhere.
Sancho has been linked with a transfer to United all through the switch window, which is open for 3 extra weeks, after one other spectacular marketing campaign final trip.
Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc knowledgeable the Premier League facet final month they don’t have any probability of signing the attacker after their deadline of August 10 had handed.
United are reportedly nonetheless making an attempt to agree phrases with the participant and membership, however Favre has made clear that Sancho is a key a part of his plans for the upcoming marketing campaign.
“We want him, no query. Everyone was glad he stayed,” Favre informed Swiss information company Keystone-SDA. “We need not speak lengthy about his qualities – they’re huge.
“He scores and units up a whole lot of targets and might typically make all of the distinction, however there are some particulars that Sancho wants to enhance. That is fairly regular for a 20-year-old.”
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Dortmund have one other thrilling younger English expertise of their ranks this season following the arrival of Jude Bellingham from Birmingham City in July.
Bellingham has settled in nicely with the Bundesliga facet and Favre has excessive hopes for the versatile midfielder, who value a reported €25m (£22.75m).
“Of course I’m trying ahead to working with a participant like him,” he stated. “I received to know him higher throughout pre-season. I like how he handles the ball and the way he can defend it.
“Jude possesses many tactical choices and a tremendous presence. He can play as a six or eight, performs good passes, seeks completion.
“Various methods are attainable with him. It’s all very, very fascinating.”
Dortmund kick off their 2020-21 marketing campaign on Monday with a visit to MSV Duisburg within the first spherical of the DFB-Pokal.
Published 14 Sep 2020, 18:26 IST