Sancho’s wages have tripled at Borussia Dortmund to £2.7m per year
Jadon Sancho’s wages have tripled after flying start to the season at Borussia Dortmund as England star now earns £2.7m per year
- Jadon Sancho penned a new Borussia Dortmund deal earlier in October
- The 18-year-old is now valued at around £40milllion and has tripled his salary
- Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc claims Sancho will stay in Germany
- Sancho’s six Bundesliga assists this term are more than any other player
Jadon Sancho tripled his wages when he signed a new deal with Borussia Dortmund earlier this month, according to reports in the German media.
The 18-year-old’s electric form this season earned him not only a first England call-up, but also a contract extension.
According to Bild, the new deal lifted Sancho’s earnings to £2.7m a year, three times as much as his previous salary.
Jadon Sancho has been in sensational form at the start of the season for Borussia Dortmund
‘For a player of this quality, that is still a mega-bargain,’ wrote Bild. ‘It is also thanks to Sancho that Dortmund are top of the league.’
The England youngster has certainly been in fine form this term, chalking up five goals and eight assists in all competitions. He is also the most prolific assist-provider in the Bundesliga, having assisted six goals in the league so far.
As well as inflating his real-world wages, Sancho’s form has also seen his value increase. Respected website Transfermarkt recently revised his value to £40m (€45m), making him ‘the most valuable 18-year-old in Europe’ by their calculations.
Sancho’s six assists for the German table toppers are more than anyone in the Bundesliga
Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc thinks Sancho will stay in Germany long term
Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc recently told Bild that he thought the contract extension was more than just a formality, and that Sancho would remain in the Bundesliga for some time.
‘I’m pretty sure that Jadon will be playing for us for some time, and I have my reasons for that,’ said Zorc.
Sancho, who grabbed both goals in Dortmund’s 2-2 draw with Hertha Berlin at the weeken,d will be hoping to retain his spot in the starting line-up when the capital’s other side, Union Berlin, arrive for a second round German Cup tie on Wednesday evening.
The tie against second-tier Union is a potential banana skin for Dortmund. The Berliners are unbeaten this season and took Dortmund to penalties when they visited the Westfalenstadion at the same stage of the competition two years ago.
Sancho’s impressive form led to him earning his first England cap earlier in October
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