The German club’s chief executive considers the England international winger could stay put this summer to spark endless exit rumours.

Jadon Sancho is”pleased” in Borussia Dortmund and the German giants have”enough money” any attention from Manchester United could be shunned, says that the club’s chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke.

Speculation continues to imply that the England international winger will be targeted at the Red Devils over the summer.

A return to Manchester may be drawn up through an exciting talent who arose through the youth system at City before taking the courageous decision to start a new chapter in mainland Europe.

Sancho has starred for Dortmund, together with the 19-year-old adding another 14 goals and as many aids to an impressive haul this year — while taking his assortment of mature Three Lions caps to 11.

United, or Premier League rivals Liverpool, would welcome the chance to buy into that current ability and future potential, but Watzke considers an in-demand forward could opt to remain put.

He advised BBC Sport of Sancho: “I believe he’s the impression that the club does have a fantastic future.

“In my opinion, I don’t think he wants to leave.”

Watzke admits that it is”not clear what will happen” with Sancho, but asserts that no indication was offered the participant needs out in the next transfer window.

He added:”We’ve got an extremely confidential relationship between us and him and his representatives.

“We’ll discuss it.”

Dortmund are under no financial pressure to a part with a player they obtained for only #10 million ($13m), together with the Bundesliga name hopefuls decided to keep an exciting squad together that currently also includes Norwegian striking feeling Erling Haaland.

Watzke said: “It is not a matter of money.

“For us, it would be the ideal position if he remains at Borussia Dortmund.

“We have enough cash. We wish to have titles. I believe this team has a good deal more possible with Jadon than without Jadon.”

Sancho was on target in his latest outing for Dortmund, as they edged out Freiburg to stay four points adrift of table-topping Bayern Munich.

He’ll be hoping to get his hands on important silverware at club level this year before focus switches to global things over the summer and the pursuit of European Championship glory with England.