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Sebastian Kehl says that Jadon Sancho “would take a lot of money” to resign for Borussia Dortmund

<p>According to Sebastian Kehl, the club’s sports director, Jadon Sancho is unlikely to remain at Borussia Dortmund at the conclusion of the current campaign because “it would take a lot of money” to retain the Manchester United loanee.</p>
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<p>Sancho struggled at Old Trafford after making a big-money transfer in 2021, but he returned to Dortmund on loan in January.</p>
<p>After a public falling out with United head coach Erik ten Hag, he was shut out of the first team.</p>
<p>“It will ultimately need a significant amount of money. Undoubtedly more than we now possess, Kehl said to Sport1 in Germany.</p>
<p>“For Jadon, we raised more than 80 million euros. Naturally, Manchester United will be interested in either bringing him back in the summer or selling him once again in a transaction that benefits them. The next subject will be whether or not it makes sense for us as well.</p>
<p>Since returning to Dortmund, Sancho has been a consistent starter under head coach Edin Terzic. However, the 23-year-old Englishman is still far from reaching his peak form, having scored 50 goals and provided 64 assists in 137 games during his first four years at the club.</p>
<p>Kehl said that the team needed to qualify for the Champions League and that it would be difficult to hold onto Ian Maatsen, a Chelsea loanee.</p>
<p>In January, Dutchman Maatsen also went on loan to Dortmund, staying until the conclusion of the year.</p>
<p>Kehl said, “Chelsea has neither financial difficulties nor trouble finding a place for him in England.”</p>
<p>Naturally, we’ll put in the effort, but we’ll also need to wait and see how things work out. It is crucial for us to qualify for the Champions League.</p>
<p>Dortmund is one point clear of fifth-place RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga.</p>

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