MANCHESTER UNITED have reportedly finally agreed to meet Borussia Dortmund’s £77m valuation of Jadon Sancho.
The England international, who has only played nine minutes at Euro 2020, has already agreed personal terms over a move to Old Trafford.
United have already had bids in excess of £67m turned down for Sancho with Dortmund demanding a 'take-it-or-leave-it' offer of £77m.
German outlet BILD claim the Red Devils have now gone back to the Bundesliga side with a new offer that has met their valuation.
The report added that the deal could be concluded in the coming days with the 21-year-old set to finally become a United player.
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Dortmund want Sancho's future to be cleared up before July 23 and are keen for the long-protracted transfer to be wrapped up as soon as possible.
Last summer, they failed to bring the forward back to England having refused to meet the German giant's £108m price tag.
Yet as recently revealed by SunSport, £350,000-a-week personal terms have already been agreed ahead of completing the move this summer.
Sancho, who is believed to be pushing for a move to United, is currently on international duty with England at the European Championships.
He was left out of the matchday squad in the 1-0 win over Croatia and was then an unused substitute in the goalless draw against Scotland.
But Sancho was afforded a rare opportunity to impress for the Three Lions yesterday in a late cameo in the 1-0 victory at home to the Czech Republic.
The ex-Manchester City starlet is joined in the England camp by potential future teammates Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw.
Speaking earlier this month, Sancho insisted heading into the delayed Euros that the speculation surrounding his future was not a distraction.
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