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The Borussia Dortmund transfer talks that could be great news for Chelsea and Man United

Borussia Dortmund are reportedly in talks with Valencia to sign winger Ferran Torres.

The 20-year-old attacking midfielder has enjoyed an impressive season in Spain, attracting the attention of several major clubs across Europe.

According to Goal, Premier League trio Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United are all interested, while Juventus and Bayern Munich are also keen on the highly-rated winger.

But German outlet Spox claim that Dortmund have initiated contact with Valencia over a deal for Torres, and that the Spain Under-21 international is seen as a potential replacement for Jadon Sancho.

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Sancho is set to be the subject of a major tug of war between Manchester United and Chelsea this summer, with both clubs eager to add to their attacking options in the upcoming transfer window.

football.london understands Chelsea are keen to strengthen in wide areas, especially with uncertainty over the futures of Willian and Pedro.

Dortmund have already opened the door on a Sancho exit by admitting they will not stand in the way of the former Manchester City youngster if he wants to leave the club.

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The CEO of the Bundesliga side, Hans-Joachim Watzke, added that their asking price for Sancho will not be reduced, which could see a record-breaking sum spent on his services.

“Even before the coronavirus outbreak, we said our preference is to keep Jadon with us. But at the end of the day you always have to respect what the player wants,” he told Bild.

“I can clearly say that even the very rich clubs, despite the existential crisis, should not believe that they can go on a bargain tour with us. We don’t have to sell anyone below their value.”

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