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Borussia Dortmund want to sell Sancho in the summer for €100m

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What work Borussia Dortmund is planning to do in the summer transfer window has become known.

The German club doesn’t intend to let go of striker Erling Haaland this summer.

In his contract, there is a clause that allows the forward to move in the summer of 2022 to another club for € 75m.

Borussia Dortmund is confident that in the summer, Haaland will stay at the club. His primary objective is to qualify for the League of Champions. Borussia Dortmund is currently in 6th place in the Bundesliga, six points behind in 4th position.

The club expects Jadon Sancho, the midfielder, to leave this summer. This will, however, happen if, according to Sport1, he is offered about EUR 100 m for him.

There have been numerous reports previously about Real Madrid’s interest in Haaland. On the other hand, Sancho could have moved last summer to Manchester United.

Haaland has played 16 Bundesliga games this season, scoring 15 goals and 3 assists.

In the German Bundesliga, Sancho played 19 games, scoring four goals and producing seven assists.

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