Manchester United have reportedly finalised personal terms with Jadon Sancho and they are convinced that they are leading the race to sign the Borussia Dortmund attacker.
The England international is one of the most sought-after forwards in European football, having been consistently contributing in the form of goals and assists for his club.
According to The Sun, United have been in secret talks with the player over the past few months and they have now reached an agreement over the personal terms.
The same outlet states that the club have finalised the contract length, salary, bonuses and a hefty buy-out clause for Sancho and they now need to negotiate the transfer fee with Dortmund.
Dortmund are said to be eyeing a British record fee for the former Manchester City graduate and the figure could be around £100m with the inclusion of performance-based add-ons.
However, Sancho would provide Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a permanent option for the role and he would form a formidable attack alongside Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes and Anthony Martial.
In this case, James may be restricted to a reduced role off the bench. Meanwhile, Greenwood primarily featured in the number nine role during his academy days and he could possibly replace Martial in the long-run.