Borussia Dortmund will offer Jadon Sancho an improved agreement, if Manchester Joined don’t coordinate their £108million asking cost by Monday, BILD reports.
The two clubs are at a halt over an expense for Sancho, with Joined trusting Dortmund’s asking cost is too high given the current monetary atmosphere.
The Bundesliga side will presently attempt to entice the Britain winger to remain at the club, with an improved arrangement on the £190,000 seven days he as of now procures.
Sancho’s yearly pay will be expanded from 6 million euros (£5.4m) to 10 million euros (£9m).
It will be his third agreement improvement since he finished paperwork for Dortmund in 2017. His current arrangements run until 2022.
In any case, that wage parcel is still significantly not as much as what Sancho would be offered at Joined together, which is accepted to be around the £340,000 seven days mark.