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The England international has a host of suitors, and Dortmund have indicated that they will be willing to sell the young star - but only for a big price.
It could reportedly take as much as €130million (£116.5million) to secure a deal with Dortmund this year, and then come the wages that a top signing like Sancho would be requesting.
According to the Irish Independent, Chelsea are huge fans of the attacker, and Sancho himself was a big fan of Frank Lampard having grown up in South London.
Liverpool, meanwhile, would also welcome the winger into the squad, but owners FSG are not keen on spending vast sums on attackers when they already have the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane dominating the league.
Sancho's former club Manchester City have a first option on re-signing the 20-year-old, but Sancho is said to have no intention of going back to the Etihad Stadium - though they will receive 15% of the final sell-on fee.
Which leaves Manchester United, who are said to be increasingly confident of a deal with Sancho having "unofficially confirmed" that he will be moving to Old Trafford.