JADON SANCHO is 'more likely' to join Liverpool or Bayern Munich than Manchester United next summer, according to reports.
The England star was the Red Devils' No1 target for the whole of the summer transfer window.
But United refused to match the Bundesliga side's £108million valuation.
And while the Red Devils had a free run at Sancho this year, with no other teams able to part with that kind of fee, the feeling is that they will face much stronger competition next time out.
According to the Independent, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has spoken with – and impressed – the 20-year-old in the past.
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And they believe that the Reds will be able to pay what it takes to land Sancho next time around – with the player himself also interested in going to Anfield.
Sancho was eager to join United this summer, but not willing to burn bridges with Dortmund by handing in a transfer request.
And the player's camp are 'calm' about his future – knowing that his options are likely to be plentiful after another season at the Westfalstadion.
One such possible destination could be Bayern Munich, who have a history of pinching their rivals' prized assets.
They signed Mario Gotze back in 2013 by matching his £33.5m release clause.
And a year later they snatched Robert Lewandowski on a controversial free transfer.
Mats Hummels then made the same move in 2016.
Despite speculation, Sancho featured in Dortmund's first two Bundesliga games of this season – although he missed their recent clash with Freiburg due to illness.
The ex-Manchester City academy star was due to join up with the England squad on Monday.
But he has been ordered to stay away for five days after being filmed breaking lockdown restrictions at a party on Saturday, for which he has since apologised.
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