Sancho is back in red hot form for the German side, who are desperately trying to tie down Champions League qualification in the final weeks of the campaign.
On Saturday Sancho scored twice, including the match winner, as Dortmund defeated rivals RB Leipzig 3-2 to keep their top four hopes alive and the youngster faced questions in the immediate aftermath regarding his next move.
After Borussia Dortmund’s win on Saturday Jadon Sancho refused to commit his future
The youngster was the star of the show, scoring two goals in a tense 3-2 victory over RB Leipzig
Speaking to reporters at the final whistle, the 21-year-old remained coy when quizzed about a return to English football but stressed he was happy with his current situation.
Sancho said: ‘Will I leave the club? I don’t know about my future.
‘I am very happy here in Dortmund at the moment. I love the club, the fans and the team. They gave me my first professional start.’
The youngster was heavily tipped to join Manchester United last summer, though the move fell apart after Dortmund set a strict deadline for the Red Devils to get a deal tied up.
Sancho has long-since been a target for Premier League clubs and is set to exit this summer
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (L) and Jurgen Klopp (R) have both been touted to try and sign Sancho
Dortmund instructed United to conclude a transfer for Sancho before their pre-season camp 12 months ago, of which United failed to do so.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were also unable to meet Dortmund’s firm £110m valuation for the winger, meaning negotiations quickly came apart at the seams.
Now, it is understood that Liverpool have joined the race for the youngster with Dortmund open to selling for a lesser fee this summer.
As reported by Sportsmail, Sancho has a ‘gentleman’s agreement’ with his club and is available for the £78million mark when the summer window opens.
Michael Zorc, Dortmund’s sporting director, revealed that ‘certain conditions’ would see Sancho move on and the England international has a number of suitors.
Along with United and Liverpool, Chelsea are also reported to have posted an interest in Sancho.
Dortmund however are adamant that any offer for Sancho must be lodged in good time, allowing the selling club to buy a replacement.
Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc confirmed a ‘gentleman’s agreement’ with Sancho
United are known to be in the market for a right-sided attacker this summer, though are also heavily linked with Sancho’s Dortmund team-mate Erling Haaland.
With Edinson Cavani’s deal winding to an end at Old Trafford and his future still unclear, United have been tipped to go big in the market for a bonafide striker, with Haaland and Tottenham’s disillusioned centre forward Harry Kane at the top of Solskjaer’s list.
Liverpool, likewise, are in need to attacking reinforcements though could be hampered with their spending power should a top four finish not be achieved.
Saturday night’s victory over Southampton saw Jurgen Klopp’s team climb to within six points of fourth placed Leicester City, with a game in hand.