Borussia Dortmund issued a one-week ultimatum to Manchester United to conclude a deal for Jadon Sancho.
The UK Mirror reports that both clubs still fight for the British Winger.
However, before going to their Swiss pre-season training camp, the Bundesliga Outfit set a deadlining 10 August for Sancho ‘s future.
United executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward, had initially been keen to agree a fee closer to £80million, but Dortmund are insisting their £105million valuation is met.
Woodward will now look to structure install-mental payments with Dortmund.
Jodan remains United’s No.1 target this and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has tasked club bosses with getting a deal done as soon as possible.
Solskjaer wants Sancho in place with plenty of time before the start of the new season.