Transfer News: Man City is willing to resign J. Sancho.

The the British international who has been in target by Chelsea FC is now eyed by his former team. Sancho who is now with Dortmund made most of his football career in Dundes Liga knowing less of premier league. According to reports from different sources, Sancho may possibly move to Manchester City in this January transfer. Dortmund required about £90m slightly differ from what they demanded from Chelsea. The 19-years old would get back to his place at Etihad stadium next month. Chelsea, Barcelona and Man United were also on the queue, they been chasing the player for while, but Man City may possibly succeed ahead of the rest.

Football News: African players in Europe: Muhammad Salah forwarded Liverpool towards reputation.

Liverpool's confident march towards a first English reputation since 1990's continued with Salah and Naby both on mission in the 3-0 win at Bournemouth. Algerian defender Ramy , meanwhile, took the plaudits during Borussia dortmund Moenchengladbach beat over Munich which retained them on top of the Bundesliga. And there were other eye catching donation from some of the many Africans playing in Europe's top leagues upon the weekend. SALAH ENGLAND The Egypt promotion was in typically deadly form as Liverpool reinforce their eight point lead at the top of the Premier League with a 3-0 win at Bournemouth on Saturday. With Klopp's side already leading by two goals, Mo Salah who had provided an assist for Naby Keita earlier in the match

Transfer gists: Brussia Dortmund demands £100m for Jadon Sancho.

Jadon Sancho may possibly be the first Frank's signing this year if he is ready to deliver £100m to Dortmund. Chelsea's transfer ban has been off some time back, according to reports, Chelsea is ready to give that money for the British international and Dortmund forward. The Bundes liga star, who is just 19 years old with a reasonable profile in Dortmund had the site talks on his move to Chelsea this January. Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester United were keen to sign the player, but the question asked by so many heads is that "can Sancho be a frank signing"? The fore mention teams are also ready to give what it takes to release J. S. "This price is due to the high