- The 19-year-old's relationship with Borussia has deteriorated.
- The player could seek the January exit amid a rift with the club.
- He is best friends with Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi.
According to the reputable journalist David Ornstein of The Athletic, Jadon Sancho feels 'humiliated and scapegoated' by the recent actions of Borussia Dortmund amid interest from Chelsea, Man United, Liverpool, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
The Englishman was recently fined €100,000 by BVB for returning late from international duty. Sometime after that, Sancho was substituted just 36 minutes into the 4-0 defeat at Bayern Munich. Head coach Lucien Favre then confirmed the winger had no injuries that day.
As a result, Sancho is now considering an exit from the Bundesliga in the January transfer window. The reputable German newspaper Bild have mentioned Chelsea among the clubs interested in the Borussia Dortmund starlet.
Jadon's contract at Dortmund expires in 2022. BVB value the 19-year-old at €140 million.
Chelsea have a sizeable chance to lure Jadon in due to his and Callum Hudson-Odoi's long-time friendship. Both Hudson-Odoi and Sancho grew up in south London, but as the latter moved first to Manchester City and then to Germany, the former is still with his boyhood club.
"We have known each other since we were very young," Hudson-Odoi said about Sancho. "We used to play against each other and we were always close friends."
The England international joined Borussia in a €7.84m deal from Man City's academy in 2017. He's gone to score 19 and set up 32 goals in 72 appearances since then. This season, the winger has added 5 goals and 9 assists 17 outings across all competitions to his BVB record.