That reports The Telegraph Tuesday evening. United does not intend to meet the sky-high asking price of 120 million euros and wants Dortmund to be more flexible in the negotiations. Sancho and United would personally have already decided on a contract, but the deal still seems to fall into the water.
In the corridors, it is suggested that The Mancunians are already looking for a Sancho alternative. For example, Bayern Munich attacker Kingsley Coman would be seen as an asset to the team of trainer Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The news comes as a surprise, as Tuesday previously revealed that United had agreed with Dortmund to transfer the 120 million euros over three seasons. So this does not seem to continue.