Jadon Sancho to Man Utd transfer 'CONFIRMED for £77m plus add-ons with personal terms agreed on five-year deal'
JADON SANCHO'S eagerly-awaited move to Manchester United has been 'CONFIRMED', according to reports.
The Red Devils have been furiously chasing the Borussia Dortmund star for a year.
And transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has sensationally revealed the deal is FINALLY done, with United agreeing to meet the Bundesliga giants' £77.5million valuation.
Sancho, 21, is set to sign a five-year deal worth a rumoured £350,000 a week – more than three times his current £100,000 per week contract in Dortmund.
The England winger now only needs to pass his medical and he will then be officially a Man Utd player.
Romano tweeted: "Jadon Sancho to Manchester United… HERE WE GO!
"Done deal confirmed. Agreement reached between Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund.
"€90m with add ons. Agents fee and personal terms agreed, contract until 2026.
"Medicals pending – then it’ll be official."
Earlier this week, reports in Germany revealed Dortmund had accepted United's THIRD bid of the summer.
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The former Manchester City academy ace has reportedly already told Three Lions team-mates he is making the switch to join Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.
United's path to Sancho was made easier after Dortmund were given the green light to sign Holland whiz Donyell Malen as his replacement.
For now, Sancho is still currently on Euro 2020 duty with England and will hope to play a part in the quarter-final clash against Ukraine on Saturday night.
The winger is enduring a tough time at the tournament, playing just six minutes as a late substitute against the Czech Republic.
Sancho, though, on the bench for the last-16 win over Germany, recently insisted he is fully focused on the Three Lions.
The England ace will become Man Utd's third-most-expensive signing in club history behind Paul Pogba (£89m) and Harry Maguire (£80m).
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