Jadon Sancho put up for sale by Manchester United

Jadon Sancho’s days at Manchester United are numbered.

It comes as no surprise since the England international has been banished from all first-team activities over the past month.

Since then, Sancho has shown no remorse for effectively calling manager Erik ten Hag a liar via social media.

Ten Hag said Sancho had been left out of the squad for the 3-1 defeat away at Arsenal because he had not reached the required levels in training. The winger was quick to refute his manager’s words and is now refusing to apologise for overstepping the line.

According to The Mirror, senior United figures are making plans for Sancho’s exit in January after a number of first-team players were unsuccessful in their attempts to make peace between their team-mate and Ten Hag.

Those players included Luke Shaw, Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire.

Ten Hag is right not to allow Sancho back into his plans until he makes a sincere apology and, with each passing week, the player is only making the situation worse for himself. I think he has lost the support of the fanbase and his behaviour – not just at United – should be an alert to any interested clubs.

It has been reported for some time that Borussia Dortmund could provide Sancho with an exit route away from Old Trafford. The Bundesliga outfit will be hard pushed to cover his current salary and it remains to be seen if he’s willing to take much of a pay cut.

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  1. More Sancho bashing by the media who can’t find anything interesting to write about ManU except to repeat the same old stuff.

  2. Sancho’s exit will be the only solution to this. He doesn’t want to play for us, if he did he would have apologised even if he didn’t mean it. He obviously thinks he’s the best possible judge of whether he should be in match-day squad, well, good luck with that at your next club.
    Let’s see how big is the queue to sign him and his attitude come January.

  3. united need to be careful with ETH, he has been an awful judge of quality thus far. antony at 85m is easily one of the worst signings in the history of football. he is a one-dimensional player and that’s putting it mildly yet ETH after working with him for two years thought he was good enough for the PL.

    sancho is a proper talent, but tbf clearly has some issues that he needs to sort out – i would however pick him over antony any day of the week. scandalous how antony is picked every game despite being awful.

    anyway ETH will be gone soon enough and he won’t have many suitors either after his stint at united, but united will be left with so much dross and an unbalanced squad after he spent close to 400m. comical.

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