Zorc sure Sancho won't push for the January exit of Dortmund

a day ago Man Utd convinced they're winning race for unsettled BVB winger Jadon Sancho

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Recent sub-par displays and being substituted in the first half of defeat by Bayern Munich had appeared to increase the chances of his departure, but Sancho appears set to stay put.

Fire coach Lucien Favre has claimed he prefers to select players who are "focused and ready", although the worldwide England has scored after coming.

Borussia Dortmund made it very clear they wouldn't be selling the England global last summer, with the big insinuation being they wouldn't mind cashing in during the 2020 summer market.

Sancho was suspended in October for returning late from global duty with England, while the Dortmund hierarchy were enraged by his representatives' efforts to find him a new club early despite agreeing to let him leave during a summer window for the right price.

'It's done, we're looking forward. Jadon is another regular player and he is part of our team.

He said in a press conference: "I think Jadon did a good job when he came on [against Barcelona]".

Due to his disciplinary issues, the club's board are now said to be prepared to cash in on the star in the January transfer window, with United and Liverpool interested.

Remember, back in 2016, Sakho arrived late for training once and Klopp punished him by sending him back from the club's pre-season USA tour.

While seeking to play down the transfer gossip, Sancho continues to generate intense speculation.

Zorc also reiterated the support of Favre, who has Dortmund sixth in the Bundesliga and winless in three in all competitions.

"We believe he can do it in this situation, we remain in reality and we do not speculate".

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