Premier League Club Could Hand Liverpool Transfer Boost This Summer By Granting Player’s Demand

Manchester United could potentially hand one of their rivals a boost in the upcoming summer transfer window by granting the departure of Jadon Sancho.

Borussia Dortmund are keen on retaining the winger’s services beyond this season, which could lead to the potential offloading of Donyell Malen.

Sancho found himself excluded from the United first team earlier this season following a public dispute with Erik ten Hag. The England international declined to apologise for remarks made on social media, resulting in the Red Devils isolating him from the squad.

Both Italian and Saudi Arabian clubs expressed interest in signing Sancho, prompting speculation about his future. However, the allure of returning to familiar surroundings at Signal Iduna Park appears to have swayed his decision.

A loan deal for the remainder of the season was struck in January, with further negotiations now in the pipeline.

Sky Sports Germany reports that the 23-year-old is eager to make his move to Dortmund permanent, with talks slated to occur in the coming weeks.

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Sancho has indicated no desire to return to Old Trafford while Ten Hag remains at the helm, citing their ongoing feud as a factor.

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A permanent sale therefore seems firmly on the horizon, which will undoubtedly please Liverpool and Arsenal. Both clubs stand to benefit from the deal, as it would boost their chances of securing their target: Malen.

According to Sky Sports Germany, both Liverpool and Arsenal are set to compete for the signature of the Dutch international. Dortmund are currently ‘open to selling’ Malen, and the acquisition of a ready-made replacement like Sancho would likely hasten Malen’s departure from the club.

Malen is eager to depart from Edin Terzic’s squad this summer, expressing his desire to progress in his career. With 13 goals and five assists in 33 appearances this season, he has effectively showcased his abilities and attracted attention from potential suitors.

The 25-year-old, after spending many years in the Arsenal academy, chose to move to the Eredivisie because of limited opportunities at the Emirates Stadium. However, the chance to showcase his talents in north London could be tempting if he has the final say.

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On the other hand, Liverpool, having already secured silverware this season, could attract top players across Europe with the opportunity to play a pivotal role under a new manager.

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