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Man Utd ‘make breakthrough’ in Jadon Sancho transfer chase over agent fees but must agree price with Dortmund

MANCHESTER UNITED have reportedly made a breakthrough over agent fees in their hunt for Jadon Sancho.

SunSport told you on September 2 that Borussia Dortmund star Sancho has already reached an agreement with United over wages.

And ESPN now claim the Red Devils have made some progress negotiating agent fees.

However, United remain locked in talks with Dortmund over a transfer fee after having an initial bid of £70million – rising to £110m in bonuses – rejected.

The Bundesliga side claimed in August that Sancho was staying put.

But the England international has remained tight-lipped on the saga.

And United have not given up their pursuit as they believe Sancho still wants to join them.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes the ex-Manchester City youngster can provide his frontline with an extra spark.

A move would see Sancho compete with the likes of Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood for a starting spot.

United have already landed Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek in a £39m swoop.

And they remain keen on signing a new centre-back, with RB Leipzig’s Dayot Upamecano in Solskjaer’s sights.

The Norwegian would also like a left-back, with Real Madrid’s Sergio Reguilon eyed after an impressive loan at Sevilla.

United had been looking at Porto’s Alex Telles too, but it’s believed Wolves are closing in on a deal for the Brazilian.

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