Borussia Dortmund will consider Jadon Sancho exit in January
Borussia Dortmund are allegedly ready to sell Jadon Sancho in January after a sudden breakdown in relationships.
Sancho has exceeded expectations for Dortmund since landing from Manchester City in 2017, however, the attacker's association with the German club has taken a descending turn as of late.
BVB manager Lucien Favre conceded preceding Wednesday's Champions League match with Barcelona that the 19-year-old was not "motivated and prepared" to begin XI before appearing at the interim.
The England international netted an amazing goal in Dortmund's 3-1 defeat at Camp Nou, yet the theory encompassing his future keeps on to gather pace with Real Madrid, Liverpool, Barcelona, and Manchester United all are believed be in the chase.
As per The Independent, Favre's team are presently ready to consider offers toward the beginning of 2020, in spite of the fact that the Bundesliga outfit would, in any case, be searching for an expense of over £100m for Sancho.
The Englishman has netted 6 goals and given nine assists in 18 matches for Dortmund this season, however, As indicated by the report, Borussia Dortmund are available to selling Jadon Sancho as the German club never again will endure the winger's mischief.
Sancho showed up later than expected at the team meeting and training course before the Wednesday match against Barcelona. Gone before by a few other disciplinary problems, this has become the straw that broke the camel's back for the BVB administrators.
BVB hierarchy are additionally discontent with Sancho's attempts to compel an early transfer. The wonderkid has been linked with European giants.
An offering war could now take place for Sancho, who could likely break the transfer record for a British player. Despite the fact that Dortmund have adjusted their transfer plans for Sancho, everything could change again they choose to go separate ways with lead trainer Lucien Favre.
Sancho was not enthused about a transfer to Manchester United the previous summer, yet Jamie Carragher figures he would be ideal for Liverpool.