Man Utd could get free run at Jadon Sancho transfer as Chelsea eye new target

Manchester United could get a free run at Jadon Sancho with Chelsea eyeing new targets for the summer.

The Borussia Dortmund star is the talk of the town after another tremendous campaign in the Bundesliga.

In 19 league appearances, the England international has scored 12 and assisted 14 as Dortmund chase a first league title since 2012.

A transfer back to the Premier League is in the offing with United and Chelsea the most interested parties.

Liverpool had been talked up as a potential destination but Jurgen Klopp is happy with his current attacking options.

However, the Blues could be ready to step aside in the transfer tug-of-war after identifying a new target.

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According to the Telegraph, Ajax star Hakim Ziyech is being touted for a summer transfer.

The Morocco international impressed the club during his outings against the west London outfit in the Champions League.

In the frantic 4-4 draw at Stamford Bridge, the 26-year-old was a constant thorn in Chelsea’s side where he provided three assists.

Ziyech signed a new contract in August and the Blues tried to sign him in January.

However, they were rebuffed as the Eredivisie outfit insist their main man will stay put until the end of the season at least.

Hakim Ziyech has been linked with a move to Chelsea

The Telegraph also report that United are hot on the trail of Sancho and have vast funds for the summer to blow anyone else out of the water.

The 19-year-old has become the next big thing after his tremendous time at Dortmund.

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It is a remarkable turnaround from the kid that turned up at the Signal Iduna Park for £8m from Manchester City back in 2017.

Sancho never made a first-team appearance for the Etihad outfit but has gone on to become a first-team star for club and country.

Gareth Southgate has made him a key component of his three-pronged attack ahead of Euro 2020.

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