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Man United got €4 million for Sancho and they’ll spend this much to forget him

By Mario Perez

Man United got €4 million for Sancho and they’ll spend this much to forget him

Jim Ratcliffe would be willing to offer a top player to the Red Devils

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Manchester United’s new minority owner Jim Ratcliffe would be focused on the transfer market window to improve the club’s squad for the next season, as the main goal of the British billionaire would be to desperately take the club to the glory days lived under Six Alex Ferguson’s management.

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In this sense, the businessman would have already set the main lines of his project and he would be willing to make several important signings in key positions of the team. One of them would be the wings, where the Red Devils recently lost Jadon Sancho after sending the player on a six-month loan transfer to Borussia Dortmund for €4 million after the player was axed from the team by Erik Ten Hag due to his personal conflict with the Englishman.

Sancho’s exit highlighted one of the main problems to solve at Manchester United, as the INEOS’ board would consider the wings as one of the historical crucial position in the Red Devils, and would be determined to spend as much as needed to forget the failure experienced with Sancho, confirmed as a horrible business after joining the team for 85 million in 2021 and having made only six assist in his 82 appearances for the club since then.

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INEOS would make the signing in the summer transfer window

In this respect, according to the Mancunian journal Manchester Evening Standard, INEOS’ board would have received the affirmative response from the top target for the position, the Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise, whose release clause would be set at €45 million, an amount to be paid by Manchester United in the next summer transfer window to definitely forget Sancho as a Red Devil.


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