United have identified Sancho as a top transfer target this summer, yet Dortmund are refusing to budge on their £100million asking price.
According to Bild reporter Christian Falk, the 20-year-old remains determined to join Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
However, the Red Devils will be forced to wait until next summer unless they meet Dortmund’s valuation before the summer transfer window closes on October 5.
And with talk of a potential move for Sancho rumbling on, United fans could not resists pointing out how the winger has modelled England’s new home and away kits alongside Rashford.
Today Nike have unveiled the Three Lions’ 2020 collection, which includes graphic prints to depict a ‘community of lions’.
The white home shirt boasts a dark blue crew neck and side stripes, while the away strip is predominantly blue with a fold-down collar, a red England badge and bright red stripes on the sleeve.
Nike have also released a wider collection that includes a pre-match jersey, tracksuits and hoodies, which take on similar designs.
As well as Rashford and Sancho, the likes of Harry Kane, Tammy Abraham, Joe Gomez and Mason Mount can also be seen showing off the swanky attire.
Yet United fans were purely focused on the Dortmund star, taking to Twitter to joke about how good he looks in a red shirt.
One wrote: “Sancho is red”.
“Sancho and Rashford together…” said another.
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Another fan tweeted a picture that zooms in on Sancho and said: “Looks good in red”.
While one quipped: “Very cheeky from England to put Sancho and Rashford together. Very cheeky indeed.”
Their pursuit of Sancho may have hit a stumbling block, but United are set to complete their first signing of the summer, with Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek on his way to Old Trafford in a deal worth £40million.