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Man Utd to make £90m bid for Sancho - Friday's gossip

BBC News Thursday, 24 September 2020
Man Utd to make £90m bid for Sancho, Arsenal interested in Chelsea midfielder, Dele Alli gets more interest from Ligue 1, plus more.
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