Manchester United are ready to offload Jadon Sancho from the club in January following his fallout with Erik ten Hag, MySportDab reports.
However, speculatuons has been rife whether the club will sanction a full sale of the player or a loan deal.
Meanwhile, Sancho remains banned from Manchester United first team, including all first team facilities and has been demoted to Man United youth team.
With January transfer window at the corner, Jadon Sancho is set to leave Manchester United due to the faceoff with Erik ten Hag.
Sancho teammates reportedly asked him to apologize to Erik ten Hag but sources close to Man United dressing room have revealed Sancho career is almost over at Old Trafford even if he apologize to Erik ten Hag.
His relationship with the Dutch gaffer has been soiled beyond repair and he has ran out of time to mend the broken fences.
In a latest podcast by Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United are reportedly “open to any transfer offer in January” for Jadon Sancho with his Red Devils career “90 per cent over”.
A number of clubs have been linked with a swoop to sign him following the fallout with ten Hag and his dwindling career fortunes at Old Trafford.
Sides from the Turkish Super Lig have now entered the mix to join the list of those keen from Germany and Italy.
Fabrizio Romano’s latest update on Sancho situation reveals the English winger will likely leave Manchester United on a loan deal with a buy option in January.
He said: “I think they [United] know at the moment that it’s not going to be a permanent transfer, that could be a loan deal with a buy option included
“So, I think in January that they will be open to any opportunity of course.
“Of course, they would prefer a permanent transfer, that would be perfect to have their money back after what they spent on Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.