Manchester United’s bid to finally sign Jaden Sancho has taken a positive turn following the news of Borussia Dortmund’s replacement.
The The youngster’s ‘he will do it, won’t he’ transfer saga continued throughout the final transfer window.
However, nothing came up.
Dortmund wanted a large sum of money to reward the England star. And United were unwilling to meet their demands for 108 million being handed over.
Finally, United completed the deadline day moves for Fesundo Palestri and Amad Diallo.
The young winger has no future projects and is not even close to the first team yet.
This means that the United rumors from Sancho will not go away and they are being further inflamed by reports from Germany about their possible conversion.
And the man they identified is ahead of the former Arsenal Daniel Mallen.
The PSV man is being used as a center forward by club boss Roger Schmidt but he can also be widely active.
The Dutchman was first on Arsenal’s books after joining Ajax in 2015.
He played in various youth teams and on the club’s pre-season tour of Australia and China in 2017 but never tasted first-team action.
Malone was sold to PSV later that summer where he scored 41 goals in 94 games for Eredivisie.
German reports say United still want Sancho
Adding a few dots, Malen is managed by Agent Mino Raiola. And Dortmund director of football, Michael Jork, did business with Raiola over the transfer of Erling Holland.
Malone’s possible move could help pave the way for United to renew their interest in Sancho. And Sportbill says he’s on the radar.
The magazine says’Manchester United Excavating specifically for Sancho.
Dortmund still want to retain the player but an offer of around 100 100m next summer will force them to ‘think about sales’.
The 20-year-old scored 20 goals and received 20 assists in a Bundesliga outfit last season.
However, Sancho Didn’t hit the same level of form in the current campaign. He has scored three goals and assisted 6 times in 14 appearances. But the England winger has yet to score in the league.