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How Man City would benefit from Manchester United Jadon Sancho transfer

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Having left Manchester City for £8million in the 2017 summer window after a fallout with the club over first-team opportunities, the 19-year-old could command a fee in excess of £100m this summer with Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea all said to be interested in signing him.

There may not be a club-specific clause like there is with Brahim Diaz and United but City do get 15 per cent of any sale above the £8m paid for Sancho in 2017; a £100m fee, then, would give them £13.8m.

Jadon Sancho's return to the Premier League appears closer after reports that Dortmund are willing to sell the England international this summer.



If Sancho returning to the Premier League opens up the prospect of him punishing his former employers on the pitch, it would definitely mean one of City's rivals, via Dortmund, boosting the coffers of the Etihad club.

City did not manage to get a buy-back clause in their deal with Dortmund, so there is no price they can offer the German club that will automatically allow them to bring the player back to the Etihad.

There is no time limit either, so the Blues will get the money from Sancho's next move whether it comes this summer or later.

What the Blues do have, however, is a sell-on clause.
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