Good Morning Football Fan
Manchester United and Dortmund announced yesterday that they have agreed to bring Sancho to Old Trafford after Euro 2020.
Manchester United will pay 73 million pounds for the England winger, who will join after he retires from the Three Lions.
Sancho will become Manchester United’s second highest earner.
He will sign a five-year contract at Old Trafford worth 91 million pounds, or 350,000 pounds a week.
This will make his salary more than three times higher than his £100,000 a week contract in Dortmund.
Elsewhere, Manchester United hopes to sign Dominique Calvert-Lewin this summer.
The Red Devils are looking for a new striker to serve as a long-term substitute for Romelu Lukaku.
They have determined that the Everton striker is the ideal candidate.
Staying at Goodison, Everton told Brighton that they would pay £50 million for this White under the direction of the new boss Rafa Benitez.
Arsenal have been trying to persuade the Seagulls to sell the England defender to them, but ran into trouble raising funds that matched their valuation.
So Everton told Brighton directly that they would pay the guaranteed funds they were looking for, and are now trying to combine bonus schemes to secure transactions.
The new coach Benitez stressed that signing a new central defender is one of the key areas he needs to strengthen when negotiating a takeover.
He made it clear that the 23-year-old White was his first choice, and the Merseysides did not want to mess around, so he told the Seagull board that they would match the £50 million they were looking for.