In what will come as a major transfer blow to Manchester United, their league rivals, Chelsea babe joined them in the chase to sign Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund. Sancho is a long-term transfer target for Manchester United and the Red Devils have set it as a priority to complete the English winger’s transfer this summer, but they seem to not be the only club interested.

The Blues have reportedly now joined the list of the player’s possible suitors, even though they are also interested in signing his teammate Erling Haaland. Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is said to be a huge admirer of both players and he was said to be monitoring the situation of Haaland at the club with the aim of making a bid for the Norwegian striker.


Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher has warned Arsenal skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang that he could find himself in the same situation as Mesut Ozil did before he left the club if the Gabonese international don’t improve his performances for his club.

Carragher sounded a note of warning to Aubameyang on Sky Sports News. He was highly critical of the Arsenal captain for his poor display in the Liverpool game at the weekend. Aubameyang was largely anonymous and had to go off in the second half as the Gunners were thrashed 3-0 at home by Liverpool.

Good News For United As Dortmund Drop Player’s Asking Price

The reports making the rounds in the German media currently all point to the fact that Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund have finally dropped the asking price for star forward Jadon Sancho, making it easier for long-term admirers Manchester United to sign him in the summer. United came so close to signing the England international winger last summer but were unable to do so after Dortmund adamantly refused to drop their £120 million asking price for their prized asset.

Although there was little or no noise about any transfer saga featuring United, Sancho, and Dortmund in January, it was a dragged saga and lasted for the entire summer. Red Devils director Ed Woodward tabled up to three offers for Sancho in the summer but none of them met the asking price of Dortmund so no deal was agreed and the player stayed out in Germany as a result.
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                                 Diallo’s Signing May Halt Jadon Sancho Chase

Last summer, Manchester United were told by the club’s manager Olé Gunnar Solksjær to secure the signing of Borussia Dortmund’s English star Jadon Sancho. Solksjær demanded the completion of the transfer in a bid to continue his rebuild at the club as they continued to have a go at winning the Premier League title since they last inched it back in 2013.


The board, however, failed to secure the signing after the Bundesliga giants insisted that they were not going to down their asking price of €120 million – a fee United were adamantly reluctant to pay. United director Ed Woodward suggested that it was not a wise decision to pay such a huge sum of money on a player who may not hit the ground running immediately after his arrival. Continue reading                                  Diallo’s Signing May Halt Jadon Sancho Chase


Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is in advanced talks to sign for Major League Soccer (MLS) side DC United in the ongoing transfer window. The January transfer market opened some days back and Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has already confirmed that there would be several outgoings and Mesut Ozil could be one of the players to leave the Gunners after the World Cup winner was frozen out of the first team squad. Arsenal defenders Sead Kolasinac and William Saliba have already left the club on loan since the January transfer market started and several players are expected to follow them out of the Arsenal door.

Bosnian defender Kolasinac returned to former team Schalke 04 on loan for the remainder of the season. He had signed for the Gunners from Schalke 04 on a free transfer in 2017. Young French defender Saliba has returned to Ligue 1 after signing for OGC Nice on loan till the summer. The centre back prospect has not played for the Arsenal first team since his £25m transfer from Saint Etienne in the top flight of French football.
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Arsenal outcast Mesut Ozil has reportedly received an offer to join Major League Soccer (MLS) outfit D. C. United ahead of the January transfer window. Spanish newspaper AS revealed that Mesut Ozil is the subject of a formal offer from D.  C. United who want to sign the German playmaker ahead of the new MLS season. The new MLS season doesn’t start until mid-March next year.

Mesut Ozil has a contract that expires next summer at Arsenalwhere he has been frozen out of the first team. He has not played for the Arsenal first team since March 2020. The German is the highest earner in the Arsenal squad,but he was not registered for both the Premier League and the Champions League squads. Without Mesut Ozil in the Arsenal squad, the Gunners have struggled in the Premier League this season with six defeats in eleven games.

Former Arsenal star asks for more commitment from Mesut Ozil


Former Arsenal defender Lauren believes Mesut Ozil must show more commitment in order to revive his career at the north London side. The 31-year-old was sidelined after the coronavirus shutdown last season and manager Mikel Arteta cited that he was being left out of the team due to internal reasons.

Speaking to, Lauren has said that there are no doubts regarding the ability of Ozil, but the German needs to show the same mentality as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who gives his best in every single game for the capital outfit, he told “If you ask any Arsenal fan around the world, nobody will doubt Ozil’s quality. Maybe it’s a bit risky what I’m about to say now, but I would like to see the same mentality from Ozil as we see with Aubameyang, every single game and every single year.
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Kewell believes Sancho at Manchester United would instil fear in the opposition


Former Premier League star Harry Kewell believes the arrival of Jadon Sancho at Manchester United would take them to the next level. The England international has been a consistent performer at Borussia Dortmund over the past few years and he ended the recent campaign with a tally of 20 goals and 20 assists from 43 outings.

His progress has grabbed the attention of a number of elite European sides but it is widely reported that the Red Devils are leading the race to sign him. So far, the club have yet to make a formal approach to sign the former Manchester City graduate but Kewell feels the presence of Sancho in the United ranks could add the extra dimension into their attack.
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Ozil likely to leave Arsenal in the summer, confirms agent


Mesut Ozil’s contract at Arsenal will be expiring on next season and without any proposals of extension, his future at the club is uncertain. Arsenal is preparing to be back as the Premier League will be beginning next week. They are on full-fledged training sessions in their home ground.

Mikel Arteta has been on full preparations to bring the team back. In the weekend, they have played a match against Charlton which they won for 6–0. Arteta has put forward two teams in the training sessions of the club. In the first team, Ozil was played on the first half of the game.
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Berbatov urges Jadon Sancho to stay put at Borussia Dortmund

Manchester United favourite Dimitar Berbatov believes Jadon Sancho should decline a move to Old Trafford when the transfer window reopens this summer. The England international has been in superb form for Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga this term where he has amassed 14 goals and 15 assists.

His progress has caught the eye of several elite European clubs but United have been touted as the favourites to sign him in a potential club-record deal. While the move has been invited by several former United players, Berbatov feels Sancho should stay put at the German outfit rather than tackling the added competition at United.
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