According to Bild, Borussia Dortmund are plotting a deal to sign Jayden Braaf from Manchester City – with the aim of him being the next Jadon Sancho.

It’s claimed that Dortmund have been watching Braaf ‘for a long time’, and are ‘very interested’ in bringing him to Germany.

There has been no agreement with Braaf or City themselves though, with a push for his signature potentially on the horizon.

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City would allegedly want between €8million and €10million (£7.2million and £9million) for Braaf, but the success of Sancho with Dortmund means City are adamant about one thing this time.

They want a buy-back option in any deal for Braaf, as they don’t want to see him leave and become a star with Dortmund like Sancho has.

City lost Sancho due to a lack of first-team opportunities under Pep Guardiola, and would likely have to pay more than ten times what they sold him for to get him back.

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City won’t want to do the same with Braaf, who has yet to make the step up under Guardiola and has played just one Premier League 2 games this season.

The 18-year-old is an exciting winger and could have a big future, so don’t be surprised to see him kick on and thrive if he gets move away from City – and joining Sancho at Signal Iduna Park has to be appealing for the Dutchman.

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