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Tottenham are interested in signing Manchester City youngster Jadon Sancho, according to multiple reports.

The 17-year-old is considered one of the brightest young talents in the country, but is yet to commit his future to Manchester City.

As a result, The Mirror and The Independent claim that Spurs and Arsenal are keen to swoop for the attacker.

Manchester City rate Sancho so highly that they have apparently offered him a contract worth £30,000-a-week — an incredibly lucrative deal for a 17-year-old.

But Sancho is thought to be uncertain about his immediate first-team chances, leading to uncertainty surrounding his future.

He is yet to sign the new deal on the table and, as a result, he has been left out of Manchester City’s squad for the club’s pre-season trip to the USA.

Tottenham reportedly tried and failed to include Sancho in the deal that took Kyle Walker to the Etihad earlier this month.

If he’s as talented as touted, hopefully the teenager’s representatives look at Mauricio Pochettino’s track record of developing young talent when it comes to making a decision about his next club.

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    • Say what??? Come again??? Lmao!!!
      A team in freefall, no Champions League, with a dinosaur manager who the fans (and many in the dressing room) don’t want but refuses to resign, or a team in ascendancy who have left Ars*nal for dust in their wake with a young and dynamic team and a manager who is now regarded as one of the best in the world and loved by fans and players alike (acception Kyle Walker, but he don’t matter any more).
      Gimme a break son. Lol

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