- Borussia Dortmund believe they can keep hold of the forward and have increased their asking price for the 20-year-old.
- Liverpool lead race for the England international's signature.
- To buy the wonderkind, they will need to part ways with either Mo Salah or Sadio Mane.
Former Norway striker turned journalist Jan Aage Fjortoft has provided an update on the future of Liverpool-linked Jadon Sancho.
As per the source, Borussia Dortmund are ready to sell the Englishman for €130m (£119.5m)
Manchester United are trying to buy the winger but Liverpool are 'the most likely destination' for the wonderkid.
"Liverpool won’t use 130 mill euro for a player who will be on the bench," Fjortoft wrote.
"Sancho won’t go to a club where he won’t play a lot. Remember: 'Want' and 'need' a player is a big difference.
"So a BIG sale needs to happen before a BIG buy at Liverpool."
The coronavirus outbreak, which has put all football on hold across Europe, has made the German team believe that the will be capable of keeping Sancho when the transfer window opens.
It has to be noted that Fjortoft has not established himself as a reliable source of information regarding English and German transfers.
While Liverpool are thought to be in the race for Sancho, Manchester United are believed to be the favourites to land the 20-year-old (Evening Standard).