Zorc confident Jadon Sancho will not push for January Borussia Dortmund exit

Tanya Simon
December 1, 2019

Friday's edition of Bild reports they're the "hottest candidates" along with Liverpool and Real Madrid. He has since become an England worldwide.

The club are now looking at dishing out a fine to the youngster after he turned up late for a team briefing and training session before their 3-1 Champions League defeat to Barcelona this week. That comes after he was already suspended for returning late from the October worldwide break.

'I do not have the impression that he wants to prepare for a January move.

Yet it seems as though the club are simply ready to move on and will "listen to offers" in January.

Zinedine Zidane has been public with his admiration for the 2018 World Cup victor, and admitted he is in love with the forward earlier this week before the two sides clashed in the UEFA Champions League.

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Although Ole Gunnar SolskjaerThe football team cannot promise for the moment to the football of young players of the Champions League, it is thought that they are sure to bring him back to Manchester after having publicly made from him one of the main goals of transfer.

He directly replied, saying, "Think I showed heart and desire last night".

Liverpool are also keen but they are not interested in getting dragged into a bidding war for Sancho.

In the latest development surrounding Sancho's future, The Telegraph has reported that Manchester United are still confident they're leading the race for Sancho's signature - and "believe" themselves to be frontrunners even amid interest from other top sides across Europe.

This is not the first time Sancho has been reprimanded for an indiscretion, which has reportedly led to a massive breakdown in the relationship between the player and the club's management.

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