Sancho made the switch to the Bundesliga aged 17 and has become an England global and one of Europe's hottest properties on the back of eye-catching performances for the Bundesliga leaders.
"As a German club, we would favour, of course, identifying and signing German talent or developing them in our academy", said Dortmund's sports director.
"But in the meantime, we have the feeling that the education and development of youth players in the English academies is quite good, to be honest. And because of this difference in money to spend on players then maybe the German teams are a bit more forced to give these younger players chances to play". "When you lead 3-0 at home and then you play a 3-3 then it obviously is extremely bitter", Goetze told reporters. "You and me will stay together, you made us happy, you brought us joy, you were a special baby boy".More news: A list of GTA school bus cancellations for February 12, 2019
Although he missed the knockout stages due to first team commitments, Sancho was part of the England under-17 squad which won the 2017 World Cup - while, earlier that year, their U20s side were also crowned world champions. Most of all, though, he said that young players, and Sancho in particular, joined Dortmund because of the prospect of first-team football.
"If I'm not playing well, they should know".
Only four of the current squad - captain Marco Reus, Mario Goetze, Jacob Bruun Larsen and Marcel Schmelzer - are products of Dortmund's academy.More news: Insects could be wiped out within a century - scientists
"When you lead 3-0 at home it shouldn't happen".
Leipzig and Eintracht Frankfurt played out a goalless stalemate and Luca Waldschmidt's late equalizer secured Freiburg a 3-3 draw with Wolfsburg.More news: FDA to Vitamin Makers: Supplements Can't Cure Alzheimer's, Cancer, Opioid Addiction
Dortmund thought they were ahead when Stefan Posch's clearance went in off Sancho, only for the referee to rule it out after consulting VAR.