Leaving Manchester City will go down as a brilliant decision for Jadon Sancho.
Along with Phil Foden, the youngster was Man City's most promising youngster.
But, instead of waiting for first-team football, Sancho decided to make the bold decision to leave for Dortmund in the summer of 2017.
He has since emerged into one of the most exciting youngsters in world football.
Sancho broke into the German club's first team last season and is now one of their most important players.
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This term, he has played 31 times and has hit the back of the net nine times.
It seems almost every week Sancho's highlights are being shared in England.
Naturally, his performances are attracting attention from some of the world's best clubs.
Manchester United are one club that has been linked with Sancho in the past few months and, it seems they are ready to make a bid in the summer.
According to the Mirror, United are ready to pay the biggest transfer fee ever paid by a Premier League club this summer.
Sancho's value has surpassed £100 million but that is not going to deter United from making him the most expensive Englishman in the game's history.
Of course, if Man United were to seal a move for Sancho it would also break the highest transfer fee ever paid by the club.
However, the Red Devils will have some competition from Paris Saint-Germain for his signature.
If United were to complete a move for Sancho, though, they would be able to add him to an impressive attacking line-up that already features the likes of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.
While Sancho has earned praise from many for his performances, Dortmund legend Matthias Sammer has criticised the 18-year-old's maturity.
Following Dortmund's loss to Augsburg on Friday, Sammer said, per Goal: "This is Borussia Dortmund, where people think: ‘We are already the German champion’.
“But they are immature. You could see it for some time now.
“Do all the players really know what they are up against? [Achraf] Hakimi does not, Sancho does not, [Dan-Axel] Zagadou does not. They do not know.
“Those three, plus ten kilometres less running overall and you have a match where you play with four players less.”
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