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Dortmund TROLL Man United with a cheeky Twitter post of Jadon Sancho

‘You love to see it’: Borussia Dortmund TROLL Manchester United with a cheeky Twitter post of Jadon Sancho in training for the German giants

  • Borussia Dortmund have trolled Manchester United with Twitter post of Sancho 
  • United suffered a blow in their pursuit of Sancho as Dortmund said he’ll stay
  • Sancho jetted off for pre-season training as Dortmund tweeted a photo of him
  • They wrote: ‘You love to see it’, in response to the recent developments in saga

Borussia Dortmund have trolled Manchester United with a tweet of Jadon Sancho after the most recent update in the Red Devils pursuit of the winger.

The Red Devils have been chasing the signature of the England international for quite some time, but their potential deal took a huge blow as the Dortmund director said that Sancho will be staying in Germany for a further season. 

Sancho has now after he jetted off with his team-mates to Switzerland for a pre-season training camp and the club made the most of it on their Twitter account.

Borussia Dortmund have trolled Manchester United on Twitter after recent developments

Michael Zorc has emphatically ruled out Sancho moving to the Premier League giants

Dortmund tweeted a photo of Sancho along with the caption ‘You love to see it’

Along with a photo of the 20-year-old smiling, they wrote: ‘You love to see it’, in response to the recent developments.

Dortmund chief Michael Zorc said: ‘We plan with Jadon Sancho. He’ll play for us next season. The decision is final. I think that answers all of the questions.’  

Zorc also went on to reveal that the club secretly renewed Sancho’s contract until 2023 a year ago.

German newspaper Ruhr Nachrichten – based in Dortmund – have reported that Sancho’s contract does not include a buy-out clause. 

Manchester United could have to wait a while to sign Sancho as he ‘secretly signed extension’

United and Dortmund were understood to have been far apart in terms of valuation, with the latter’s CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke resolute in holding out for a huge £108m for their prized asset.

Meanwhile, Manchester United were fighting with Copenhagen for a spot in the final four of the Europa League.

An extra-time penalty from Bruno Fernandes was enough to beat the Danish side, who threatened with chances of their own in Germany.  




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