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Jadon Sancho urged to snub Man Utd transfer and stay at Dortmund for two more years by team-mate Marco Reus

JADON SANCHO has been urged to snub Manchester United and stay at Borussia Dortmund for two more years by team-mate Marco Reus.

The in-demand England winger, 20, is being chased by not only United, but also Chelsea and Liverpool – amongst other European giants – this summer.

Reus has urged Sancho to snub Man Utd and stay at Dortmund for two more years

Sancho seems keen to move on, too, with Dortmund chiefs all-but giving him the green light to quit.

But now the former Manchester City youth product has been urged to stick it out at the Bundesliga giants by Reus, who claims there is “nowhere better for him”.

Speaking to Bild, Reus said: “He should stay one more, maybe two years at Dortmund.

“In my view, there is currently nothing better for him.

“Then he can take the really big step, as an even more complete player who can continue to develop with us as a regular in the team.”

Sancho has been involved in 30 Dortmund goals this season, scoring 14 and laying on 16 assists.


His red-hot form has alerted a host of Premier League clubs eager to bring him back to home soil.

Sancho is currently under contract until the end of the 2021-22 season after penning fresh terms in 2018 after an electric debut season in Germany.

Any move away would be another cruel blow for Dortmund, still desperate to overthrow perennial Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.

In recent years, the club have lost the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Mario Gotze, Mats Hummels, Ousmane Dembele and Christian Pulisic to so-called “bigger” clubs.

Having taken a chance on unproven youth star Sancho and helped turn him into one of the world’s best would be bitter pill to swallow.

One ever-present for Dortmund though, is club captain Reus – who called playing for the team his “dream” job.

Reus added: “It has always been my dream to play for BVB. Here I have everything to be happy: my home, my family, my club.

“And this feeling has always prevailed – even if another country with a different culture might have been attractive.

“I always wanted to play for BVB. It was always the club my heart drew me to.

“When I played in Gladbach at the time, it was clear to me: within the Bundesliga, I would only change to Dortmund, otherwise I will go abroad.”