Manchester United have made progress in their efforts to sign England winger Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.
The club have broken an impasse by agreeing a deal over wages and agents’ fee around any move that could materialise for their main target.
A new report from @FabrizioRomano has said that Manchester United offered an unofficial bid of £90M + £18M in performance add ons, but Dortmund are sticking to their valuation
Dortmund really want that guaranteed £108m 😳🇾🇪 #MUFC
But there is still no guarantee of an agreement between the clubs before transfer deadline day on 5 October.
Sources close to Borussia Dortmund are adamant the club will not alter their demand for a fee in excess of £100m.
It had been suggested they needed to sell the 20-year-old, and would soften their approach as deadline day neared.
And United have indicated they would be willing to pursue alternative targets if Dortmund did reduce their demands.
Last week the Red Devils signed Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek from Ajax for £35m with add-ons
Meanwhile, sources have told Bima Sport that the impact of the coronavirus pandemic at Old Trafford will become apparent when the club releases their 2019-20 financial statement late this month.
It covers a period including the first three months of the coronavirus lockdown in the UK