But the Coronavirus pandemic is affecting the market and BVB have shown no signs of lowering their €100m-plus price-tag.
As Kicker reports, the Bundesliga side have yet to receive any sort of official offer or even a letter of intent.
Although it is still early days, there is a feeling that his hefty price-tag may deter suitors such as United.
Speaking after BVB’s win over Fortuna Dusseldorf on Saturday, club chief Sebastian Kehl revealed the club’s stance.
“We continue to assume that Jadon will play with us next year,” Kehl told Sky Sport.
Sancho has been planning a move for some time, but whether he gets it this summer is in doubt.
Real Madrid have also been linked with the super-talent, who has scored 20 goals and delivered 18 assists this season.