Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho has been the talk of the town this season and a number of clubs currently want to sign him.

Jadon Sancho came up through the ranks at Manchester City but the Citizens let him leave in 2017 following which the winger joined BVB.

And this season, the 18-year-old has been in red hot form for the Bundesliga outfit.

Up until now, Jadon Sancho has played 25 leagues games for Dortmund this campaign managing to score eight goals and provide 13 assists.

It is no secret that a number of clubs have shown an interest in signing him during the next summer transfer window with the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea lining up with bids.

But right now the Blues seem to be the least favourite to sign Jadon Sancho given the transfer ban that they have been slapped with.

And reports suggest that Borussia do not want anything less than £100 million for the winger will also puts Arsenal out of the equation.

This means that Man United are the only Premier League club standing and as per ESPN pundit Steve Nicol, Jadon Sancho will be joining Man United at the end of the season.

“Well everybody would want him,” Nicol said.

“Manchester United have shown that they have the money.

“Dortmund have shown that if the price is right then they will let anyone go.

“So I say yes, Sancho will go to Manchester United.”

Real Madrid are also interested in signing Jadon Sancho and they are very much capable of paying the transfer price for the youngster.

But as things stand no major report has suggested that new manager Zinedine Zidane wants to make a move for Jadon Sancho in the near future.

While Man United are currently the front runners but they are in no ways the only club ready to make a move for the 18-year-old during the summer transfer window.

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