Dortmund are calm on Sancho future amid reported interest from Manchester United.

Updated: Apr 29, 2020

  • Jadon Sancho on Chelsea radar.

  • Dortmund director insists the stance in Sancho remains the same.

  • The Bundesliga club are focused solely on returning from the coronavirus shutdown.

Sancho has been constantly linked with a move away from Dortmund. [Getty]

Jadon Sancho Man Utd Transfer Doesn't Bother Bundesliga Greats.

Borussia Dortmund are “totally relaxed” about rumours linking England star Jadon Sancho with a move away from Signal Iduna Park, says sporting director Michel Zorc.

Sancho transfer has become a hot topic since the COVID-19 brought football to a standstill.

The England international has been heavily linked with Chelsea and Manchester United, but the Bundesliga club say “there is no new stance” on the forward, who they see as a key player in their team.

While speaking to Sport1, Zorc said: “There is no new stance.

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“At the moment, all clubs are running on sight - even in England! I cannot and do not want to lean too far out of the window with forecasts because the situation is changing daily. We will see what happens.

"We have a long-term contract with Jadon Sancho. This will not change now. We are totally relaxed about it.

“The most important issues that are currently occupying us are rather: what is the way forward? When do we play again? It would be of paramount importance for all of us to be able to finish the season."

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