Borussia Dortmund readies for Jadon Sancho’s return from Man United

Dortmund Make Room for Sancho Return

Borussia Dortmund are reportedly preparing to bring back Jadon Sancho as the Manchester United winger continues to be sidelined from the first team. The Sun reports that Dortmund are considering loaning out English wonderkid Jamie Bynoe-Gittens to make space for Sancho’s return. While United are open to a permanent deal, a loan move seems more likely for the winger. However, Dortmund may face a hurdle in Sancho’s hefty £350,000 weekly wage, as the Englishman would need to agree to a salary cut to facilitate the move back to Germany.

Potter Linked to Sweden Job

Former Chelsea manager Graham Potter’s chances of taking over at Manchester United may be dashed as he is now being considered for the role of Sweden’s national team manager. The Mirror explains that Potter is in the running for the position, just weeks after being touted as a potential replacement for Erik ten Hag at United. Potter, who was sacked by Chelsea in April, has emerged as one of the frontrunners for the Sweden job after Janne Anderson stepped down. Potter has previous experience in Swedish football, having spent seven-and-a-half years at Ostersund, where he guided the club from the fourth tier to the Europa League.

Inter Miami Close to Signing Suarez

Inter Miami are closing in on a deal to sign Luis Suarez in the coming months, according to the Daily Mail. The MLS side has reportedly been in contact with Suarez’s club, Gremio, and discussions have taken place regarding a one-year deal with an option to extend. Suarez, 36, is expected to visit Miami in December to finalize the contractual details. Inter Miami have already made room for Suarez in their roster by releasing star forward Josef Martinez.

Sheffield Wednesday Settle Debt

Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri has cleared the club’s £2 million debt with HMRC, putting an end to the registration embargo imposed by the EFL. Initially, Chansiri suggested that fans could contribute £100 each to resolve the debt, but he was able to pay it off with overdue funds. The Telegraph reports that the club’s players and staff have been paid in full, and the embargo has now been lifted.

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