European champions Liverpool will refuse to meet Borussia Dortmund’s valuation of Jadon Sancho, according to the Express.
Is Jadon Sancho worth £100m?
The highly-rated winger is valued by his club at £100 million, with many of Europe’s elite clubs interested in the England international, including Manchester United.
The 19-year-old’s goal contribution has been phenomenal this season, scoring 11 and assisting 12 in 22 games for Dortmund, helping them into the knockout stages of the Champions League.
If he were to join Liverpool, he’d join what is already a fierce attack, competing for a place with the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
But the Reds’ refusal to meet the valuation means a deal looks unlikely, especially given the arrival of Takumi Minamino in January from RB Salzburg.
Sancho’s future may well lie away from Dortmund, given the issues between him and the club this season as talked about in the Athletic, but Liverpool appear to be distancing themselves from the move.
Here’s how some of their fans reacted to that:
He’s not worth it anyway ..Give me Takumi Minamino anyday 👏
— DAVES LFC CHATS (@Daves1973lfc) December 15, 2019
No need for him, tbh. People think we’re gonna go after all these big names. I wanted Kai Havertz as the backup/eventual replacement for Firmino. Talk was he’d be 80-100m. We get Minamino for 7.5m.
The fans just need to get over the big name signings… Trust our scouts.
— James Thrillner Rides Again (@MichiganLfc) December 15, 2019
Smart move, no way is that boy worth 100m. 70-80M at most
— BCTF_LFC (@BctfL) December 15, 2019
I agree with the club 100%
I’d rather we get Timo Werner if I’m honest
— theba301 (@theba301) December 15, 2019
Agree. Good player don’t get me wrong but not worth 100m.
— Mark (@trimmer1984) December 15, 2019
100m is way to much tbf.
— kurt gabriel (@wiserkurtious) December 15, 2019
Good.. He’s not worth it
— brian mc cormack (@bmccormack81) December 15, 2019
Very good player but money way too much.
— Oluwafemi Dunni (@IamdunniLFC) December 15, 2019
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