Borussia Dortmund ‘expect Jadon Sancho to travel to Switzerland on Monday for pre-season training camp’ despite his trip to London as Manchester United are ‘yet to contact the club’ with Germans holding out for £108m
- Borussia Dortmund are expecting forward Jadon Sancho to travel to Switzerland
- Manchester United have not contacted the German club regarding the winger
- Sancho is back on home soil as he was spotted on Saturday night at a party
- The Dortmund ace is waiting to complete a mega £108million move to United
Borussia Dortmund are expecting Jadon Sancho to travel with their squad to Switzerland for their pre-season training camp, according to the German press.
The reports from Kicker and Ruhr Nachrichten claim Manchester United have not contacted the German club regarding the £108million star.
Sancho is back on home soil as he was spotted on Saturday night at a party hosted by famous rap duo Krept and Konan in the UK.
Borussia Dortmund are expecting Jadon Sancho to travel with their squad to Switzerland
Sancho was at a house party with rappers Krept and Konan in the UK on Saturday night
The Dortmund forward is waiting to complete a mega £108m move to United in the coming weeks, in what would be a record deal for an English player.
And United fans on social media were excited overnight at seeing the 20-year-old enjoy a house party in the UK, particularly given Dortmund have a series of friendlies coming up ahead of the 2020-21 Bundesliga season.
Dortmund finished their 2019-20 Bundesliga season on June 27, and Sancho has since been back in training in Germany alongside new arrival Jude Bellingham, who signed from Birmingham City.
A video of Sancho at the party in the UK on Saturday has circulated on social media overnight
The Bundesliga runners-up have their first pre-season friendly on Wednesday in Austria against SC Rheindorf Altach, but Sancho and the rest of the Dortmund squad were given the weekend off and are expected to return on Monday.
‘It’s common and fine for players to go home before a training camp if they’re not risky,’ Sascha Fligge, Dortmund’s director of media and communication, said in a statement on Sunday.
‘The same goes for Jadon [Sancho].
‘From our point of view, the pictures that have been shown to us so far do not violate.’
The reports claim Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Man United side have not contacted the German club