BVB: Sancho reacts to question about the future

Jadon Sancho has played four games since his comeback at Borussia Dortmund, and the loanee from Manchester United has already been back in the familiar BVB jersey for around 190 minutes. And according to many black and yellow players, Sancho should ideally stay beyond the summer. But is that possible? Sancho has now responded meaningfully to a corresponding question.

Jadon Sancho is actually only on loan from Manchester United to BVB until the end of the season. But here, where he already played 137 games at a young age between 2017 and 2021, scored 50 goals and provided 64 hits, many fans would like to continue in the coming season with the Englishman, who was previously with the Red Devils had maneuvered into the offside.

No wonder that a BVB supporter boldly asked the 23-year-old after Borussia’s training session on Saturday morning whether he could stay in Dortmund beyond the summer. According to the “Ruhr Nachrichten”, Sancho is said to have reacted to this question with “gestures” and said: “We’ll see what happens.” Rejection sounds different.

It goes without saying that Sancho, who is currently visibly reviving in his old colors, cannot speak freely due to his contract situation. After all, the offensive man is officially a Manchester United player until June 30, 2026. But it’s also no secret that BVB would like to keep the “prodigal son” in the team and sign him permanently.

However, according to a recent report from Sport Bild, the basic prerequisite for staying in Dortmund would be for the Englishman to clearly state his desire to change to his parent club and push for the transfer himself.

This initiative had already led to BVB finally being able to realize Sancho’s loan, which had seemed unrealistic just a few weeks before.

Sancho transfer is difficult for BVB to manage

But it is also clear that the expected financial framework for a permanent transfer is extremely difficult for Borussia to manage. On the one hand, United would have to significantly accommodate BVB in terms of transfer fees. Recently there was talk of 40 to 50 million euros that Manchester would like to collect for Sancho.

On the other hand, the professional himself would also have to forego a lot of money. Sancho is expected to earn between 15 and 20 million euros annually from the Red Devils. According to the report, BVB would have around ten million euros.

In terms of sport, Sancho has no prospects at United, at least as long as coach Erik ten Hag is in office. The tablecloth between the Dutchman and the BVB loan player is cut.