Manchester United are prepared to demand a package of at least £40 million to part ways with Jadon Sancho during the summer transfer window.
The England international was suspended by the Red Devils earlier this campaign after he publicly criticised manager Erik ten Hag.
Sancho refused to apologise for his public statement and he is currently on a short-term loan at Borussia Dortmund where he has impressed.
The 23-year-old has one goal and one assist from three appearances for the German side and United will be hoping that he can keep up the form.
According to Football Insider, the club have decided that the attacker has no future at the club, and they are prepared to cut their losses on him.
However, they are still unlikely to sell him on the cheap. The club spent close to £72m on him. They want at least £40m for his departure.
Dortmund seem reluctant to pay the fee as things stand, considering Sancho earns a staggering £250,000-a-week. He needs to accept a pay-cut for a move to materialise.