Borussia Dortmund set to set to slash transfer fee for Manchester United and Chelsea target Jadon Sancho.
The Bundesliga outfit is well known for selling their best players at high prices to cover the cost of their transfer moves.
Manchester United and Chelsea are credited with an interest in signing the English attacker and the outbreak of the break pandemic disease has made Borussia Dortmund reduce their initial asking price of £100 million before COVID-19.
The report in the Evening Standard suggests that Dortmund are aware that whatever bids they get will be lower than what would have arrived before this crisis.
Clubs with high purchasing power are reluctant to roll out cash for players at the moment with the future of the game remains uncertain at the moment.
Clubs are not going to make as much as they make from match-day revenue as games without fans are likely to extend into the coming season.
Revenue and subscription to season tickets are major ways clubs make money.