Manchester are threatening to walk away from the deal to sign Dortmund Jadon Sancho.
Manchester United are refusing to be intimidated by the asking price of £120m for Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho.
With Dortmund setting an August 10 deadline for the deal to be rounded up.
United have threatened to walk away from the deal refusing to be bullied by the asking price for the youngster.
According to SkySport, United sees the German club’s €120m (£108m) valuation for the player under the current coronavirus conditions as “unrealistic.”
The red devils Executive board are also unwilling to raise the asking wage of the English International following the unsuccessful transfer of On-loan Inter striker Alex Sanchez.
United have made the 20-year-old their main target in this summer transfer window, with other alternatives on standby if the deal fails to pull through.
Sancho enjoyed an impressive season with Borrusia Dortmund netting 17 goals and 17 assists in the 2019/20 Bundesliga season, joining the club for over £7m from Manchester City in 2017.