As Borussia Dortmund responded to a fan of Manchester United, who wanted to get the club of winger Jadon Sancho, there were no glitches on Twitter.

Sancho, who left Manchester City for Dortmund in 2017, has become one of the best talents in the world after some impressive performances in the Bundesliga last year.

As a result, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was interested in bringing the England international to Old Trafford to bolster his chances in the final third.

Dortmund had no intention to cede the valuable capital, and the 19-year-old has remained in the club.

Despite this, there is still speculation that a move back to Manchester might be a possibility in the future. United fans really want the striker to make the change.

A fan joined Twitter to share his feelings and responded to Dortmund's post by asking fans to choose their favorite jersey name and favorite number.

He jokingly wrote, "Sancho to Man Utd. 7."

The Bundesliga team quickly designed a jersey for him, although his special request was not met.

Instead, they used the No. 6 with the jersey name "Europa League" to point out the poor performance of United in the Premier League last year. After sixth place they missed the Champions League qualification.

Dortmund took second place last year in the Bundesliga and narrowly missed the title for Bayern Munich. In the new season they will play in the Champions League.

After the response, other fans called on the United fans "to disable his account" and claimed that the Dortmund admin "ended his career".

On the other hand, some United fans still had the hope that the deal would eventually be completed, and told Dortmund that they should "return to this tweet next summer."