- Real Madrid joins Premier League giants in race for Jadon Sancho
- Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are all interested in Sancho
- Borussia Dortmund is said to offer Sancho for £ 100 million  Real Madrid has reportedly opened its radar to Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho, placing the young boy as an early transfer target for 2021. The Spanish capital can monitor the 20-year-old situation, which is said to have a strong mutual interest with a pair of Premier League clubs in front of the summer transfer window.
"Jadon Sancho has been linked to a move to Real Madrid on the cover of AS today," Will Faulks wrote Tuesday. "The Borussia Dortmund youngster has become associated with almost every major club in world football, and in an almost inevitable way Madrid are the last to grow up in the rumor mill.
With limited financial capacity led by the global health crisis, Zinedine Zidane holds only fingers crossed as he hopes for the availability of the English prodigy at least for a new round of transfer talks next year.
“Madrid probably won't have the means to sign him this summer, but will hope no other team swims for the English international, so they get a clearer path next summer after raising some funds and assessing the damage of the coronavirus crisis, "Faulks added.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are all speculating on evaluating the German club's offer to the English international, which is reportedly worth £ 1
Among the three, the Red Devils are labeled as the most viable landing site for the trail. the football player.
Man United's former defender Wes Brown has backed the claim, which he said via Mirror: "We need someone just like that at the club. We've had them up over the years, and I'm sure if we were to sign him, He would bring that excitement back to the club. It would be good for the team as well. "
Sancho has become a sought-after talent after flaunting a sensational display of his game that has caused havoc in the Bundesliga this season.
He has recorded a total of 17 goals this year, including a hat-trick on Dortmund's 6-1 drubbing of Paderborn on Sunday. On top of that, he has also registered a total of 17 assists in 27 appearances.