Frank Lampard has been told Jadon Sancho will cost Chelsea more than £50 million in the transfer window

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Gary Neville has told the likes of Chelsea boss Frank Lampard that Jadon Sancho just might cost a little more than £50m.

Now there has been alot of speculation regarding the future of Jadon Sancho all season, as boss Frank Lampard knows that he needs to add some special players to his side to help take the club back to that top level.

Sancho is valued in excess of £100m by the German giants – but with the Coronavirus hitting clubs hard, his valuation could be cut due to the ongoing health crisis.

It is believed that man clubs believed that they could try and land Sancho in the summer for a fee that is just around the £50 million mark because of the on-going coronavirus, but Neville has admitted that he will probably cost more than that.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Neville said:”I think you might have to pay a little bit more than that, Ole. That’s the problem because some clubs think that other clubs will get desperate and sell players on the cheap. But I’m not sure you can bully clubs like Borussia Dortmund.

“What these young lads have demonstrated in the last two or three years is that they aren’t going to be hoarded by these big clubs that don’t give them football matches.

“It’s been proven that lads who have moved away and shown a bit of courage to get some football have benefited from it. It was something at the time you questioned, ‘how can you leave Manchester City?’, ‘How can you turn down the opportunity?’

“But they weren’t putting players in the first team Manchester City at that time and what he’s done is give himself a wonderful experience and furthered his career.”

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