The January transfer window is just around the corner, also there is one name that has been persistently linked with Chelsea in recent months. Jadon Sancho is allegedly among the Blues’ top goals during the window, after impressing in the Bundesliga and on international responsibility. The winger has been linked with a return to England, having started out in Watford before proceeding to Manchester City at 2015 and is being monitored by the Blues as well as Liverpool and Manchester United. Sancho has spent the years in Germany with Dortmund, having signed in a deal worth around £8million. However, he is worth far more than that after impressing at Dortmund and also England, having scored two in 11 appearances for the Three Lions. The transfer ban might have put them in pole position to attract back the young England star to the Premier League. So, what is the latest with the transfer? Sancho has had his issues, although he may be one of those star men for Dortmund. Sancho was substituted in Dortmund’s current 4-0 defeat Bayern Munich, with Lucien Favre admitting that the winger’s performance was”not good enough”.Sancho was dropped and fined, and criticised by wearing director Michael Zorc after returning late from the Three Lions responsibilities month and as well as Favre. According to The Athletic, the sequence of events left the teenager feeling’humiliated’, ‘scapegoated’ and ‘unprotected’, which resulted in increased speculation over his future. But he has been in excellent form since returning to the group. Allowing the 19-year-old to leave could be of monetary reward for the Bundesliga outfit, and it is understood that the club could be willing to allow him to depart in the summertime while a January change is improbable. The Borussia Dortmund celebrity has been heavily linked with a return to the Premier League, with Chelsea and Manchester United among the clubs with signing him connected. There have been suggestions he could move on next summer, with both clubs said to be monitoring his situation, although A January move seems improbable. And Goal.com reports that Chelsea are prepared to smash their transfer document in a bid to signal the teenager, who has scored two goals in 11 appearances for the senior England team. The Blues are boosted by the verdict against the Court of Arbitration for Sport [CAS] to reduce their transfer prohibition. But the report suggests that Chelsea are eager to break the club transfer record to sign Sancho.