JADON SANCHO has told his England team-mates that he's 'heading to Old Trafford', according to reports.
SunSport revealed earlier this month that the winger has agreed a five-year, £350,000-a-week deal to join Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund.
The two clubs have still been haggling over the fee, with add-ons the biggest point of contention.
But the £80million deal is edging closer.
According to Tom McDermott, Sancho has confirmed to his Three Lions pals that he's definitely off to United.
He adds that the deal is 'practically done'.
And that issues over add-ons have been 'ironed out'.
The news will come as a boost to Sancho, 21, amid a frustrating Euro 2020.
After being included in Gareth Southgate's 26-man squad, Sancho didn't even make the bench for England's opening 1-0 win over Croatia.
He then remained an unused substitute as the Three Lions struggled to a 0-0 draw against Scotland.
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Sancho still wasn't included in the starting XI after Southgate rotated against the Czech Republic, instead featuring for a six minutes as a sub at the end.
His omissions have surprised England's opponents on Tuesday Germany, with World Cup winning legend Lothar Matthaus saying: "He was one of the best players in the Bundesliga for the last two years.
"If he is not good enough for England, we would like to give him a German passport.
"It has surprised many in Germany."
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