Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho is allegedly still likely to make a switch for Man United in the summer.
Given the financial implications from the coronavirus pandemic, it stays to be seen whether the Red Devils will be prepared to pay £100m only on one player.
A previous report has claimed that the Premier League heavyweights deem it unrealistic to pay such amount of transfer fee during the current climate.
However, according to David Ornstein of The Athletic, the former Man City forward is still expected to arrive at the theatre of the dreams studio.
Speaking to the media, he said: “Sancho was expecting to move this summer and there’s still a very high chance that will happen.
“There’s an understanding between Sancho and Borussia Dortmund that if the right price arrives that he can go and there’s no expectation that Dortmund wouldn’t honour that, they’re said to be very honourable in these sort of situations.
“They’re looking for no less than €120m (£107.65m), some say to me no less than €130m [£116.63m] and that certainly the figure that they want is around what they received or agreed for Ousmane Dembele.”
With England international forward having just over two years left on his current deal, the Red Devils will likely insist on paying more than Dortmund’s alleged price tag.