Man United manager, Ole Solskjaer has reportedly sent a clear message to Ed Woodward concerning the signing of Jadon Sancho.
Man United have for long been on Jadon Sancho chase and have only managed to mark one signing, Donny Van de Beek since the beginning of the transfer window.
With this becoming a worry to Solskjaer, the Norwegian has reportedly told the executive vice-chairman to get things fixed as soon as possible.
This was disclosed by well-connected Norwegian Fredrik Filtvedt who shared that the United manager has asked Ed Woodward “fixes” things to land Jadon Sancho.
Solskjaer is believed to have been in contact with Sancho for a long time now and Man United haven’t dashed the move as they believed they can still land Sancho.
BVB were open to let Sancho leave for their £108m valuation price but United delays caused the German side to impose the August 10 deadline which the Red Devils failed to meet.
Solskjaer believes United shouldn’t let this second chance slip from their hands as reports also denoting they might face major competition from Liverpool on the deal come next transfer window.
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