JADON SANCHO rejected the chance to become Manchester City’s highest-paid academy starlet before joining Borussia Dortmund.
The 19-year-old England international is one of the most in-demand players on the planet with Man United leading the chase for the £122million-rated forward.
Former club City and Chelsea are also keen on the bringing the teen back to the Premier League from Germany.
Sancho originally moved to the Etihad from Watford aged 15, costing an initial £66,000 that rose to £500,000 with add-ons.
But he decided to leave them for Dortmund in search of first-team football – turning down a bumper offer to stay in the process.
That’s according to the Daily Mail, who claim Sancho snubbed a £30,000-a-week package that would have made him the academy’s biggest earner.
The money on offer was not enough to keep hold of the starlet as he went in search of senior action.
And he has taken the opportunity given to him by Dortmund with both hands, leading to the huge pursuit of his services.
Despite speculation mounting of his return to England, the Bundesliga outfit remain confident he is “happy” with them.
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