REVEALED! Why Ten Hag Axe Jadon Sancho After Showdown Talks, Deleted Tweet [Details]
Manchester United issued a statement clarifying the club’s decision to axe Jadon Sancho from first team training following his row with Erik Ten Hag, MySportDab reports.
The embattled England forward will now be training in academy facility pending when the club will reverse their decision to bring him back to first team training.
MySportDab understand Erik Ten Hag, who had maintained a ruthless grip on Manchester United with laid down rules for all players, would not wink on Sancho’s saga.
Notably, Ten Hag assisted Sancho resettle for his career at the club after he struggled with mental issue that saw him exiled to Netherlands to train and recover for his game.
Back to the squad, Erik Ten Hag must have expected maximum cooperation from the England star as he continues restructuring the team for a new era under his watch.
Shockingly, that was not the case as Jadon Sancho chose to kick and fret when Ten Hag’s disciplinary hammer fell on his head.
The former Ajax boss dropped Sancho from United’s matchday squad against Arsenal, stating clearly the former Borussia Dortmund winger did not live up to expectation in training.
Reacting to Ten Hag’s clampdown on him, Sancho went public on social media, blasting Ten Hag for scapegoating him.
He, however, deleted the tweet after then and a showdown talks with Erik Ten Hag was scheduled with speculations the two could amend their differences and continue with their game.
Now, according to reports reaching us from Daily Mail, Jadon Sancho, would have avoided being axed of first team training following the showdown talks as the Dutch still holds the English footballer in high esteem.
But it turned out to the contrary even after he deleted his incriminating tweet – a move previously thought to indicate his decision to return to work with the Dutch.
The report adds the club’s decision to ultimately suspend Jadon Sancho was based purely on his decision not apologize to Ten Hag for the offensive tweet.
He was reportedly asked to tender an apology but refused hence leading to his suspension.
Sancho’s future at Man United is more uncertain than ever as things stand and the player could be eyeing a move away from the club in January transfer window.
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