Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho has set his sights on a move to La Liga heavyweights Barcelona or Real Madrid.
That’s according to The Times, cited by the Daily Star, who claim that the Englishman is hopeful of moving to Spain after recent unrest in Germany.
The news comes as a big blow to Premier League giants Liverpool and Manchester United, who were both keen on bringing the teenager back to England over the next six months.
The news will haunt United more however, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer desperate to add Sancho to his attacking ranks at Old Trafford.
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Sancho feels like he’s been made a scapegoat under Lucien Favre in recent months, so a Dortmund exit looks extremely likely over the next six months.
The England international is favouring a move to either the Bernabeu or the Nou Camp, and right now, a move to link up with Zinedine Zidane at Madrid could be the best option.
Barcelona aren’t short of attacking options under Ernesto Valverde, so in terms of game time, the 19-year-old could be better off moving to Madrid over their Spanish rivals.