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Dort­mund hope

Borus­sia Dort­mund do not be­lieve Jadon San­cho will try to ag­i­tate for a move to Manch­ester United this sum­mer. Michael Zorc, the Dort­mund sport­ing di­rec­tor, said on Mon­day that San­cho would stay at the Ger­man club next season and the de­ci­sion was “fi­nal”, though there re­mains a feel­ing Dort­mund would cash in on San­cho if United met their £108mil­lion ask­ing price.

Ivic for Wat­ford

Wat­ford are to ap­point Vladimir Ivic as their new head coach on a two-year con­tract. Ne­go­ti­a­tions with the 43-year-old Serb were con­cluded this week, with an an­nounce­ment im­mi­nent. Newly rel­e­gated Wat­ford sacked Nigel Pear­son with just two games to go, plac­ing Hayden Mullins in tem­po­rary charge, as they bat­tled in vain to avoid the drop from the Pre­mier League.

Wi­gan dead­line

Ad­min­is­tra­tors have set a dead­line of Aug 31 for po­ten­tial buy­ers of Wi­gan. Joint ad­min­is­tra­tors Ger­ald

Kras­ner and Paul Stan­ley re­main in “con­tin­u­ing talks” with “var­i­ous in­ter­ested par­ties” and are in dis­cus­sions with four bid­ders re­gard­ing a sale.

New Southend coach

Southend have ap­pointed for­mer Wey­mouth coach Mark Moles­ley, 39, as man­ager. He re­places Sol Camp­bell, who left in June.

Ward takes charge

Birm­ing­ham City women have named for­mer Sh­effield United coach Carla Ward, 36, as man­ager.

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