Manchester United’s decision on Jadon Sancho possible transfer exit from the club has been confirmed, MySportDab reports.
Since Sancho fell out with Erik ten Hag on September 3, 2023 after he was dropped from Man United Premier League clash against Arsenal, there has been no signs of rapprochement between the two parties.
Erik ten Hag has tightened his grip on his decision not to allow Sancho back to the squad and had recently extended his first team ban to include all training and auxiliary service facilities for first team players such as the dinning halls.
On the other hand, Sancho is not showing any sign of remorse and has refused to apologize to ten Hag following his now-deleted social media rant that blasted the Dutch for scapegoating and lying about him.
Amid the reconciliation deadlock and deepening tensions between the two parties, Sancho has been increasingly linked with a possible exit from Manchester United in the upcoming January transfer window.
Juventus and Borussia Dortmund are the two clubs that have been linked to the player with Juventus ready to offer an escape route for the embattled winger but on certain conditions.
Meanwhile, Manchester United have been silent on the issue but a report by Daily Mail has revealed the club is ready to part ways with Sancho in January.
United’s decision to part ways with Jadon Sancho is not coming as a surprise as there have been a growing feeling Sancho’s career at Manchester United is over since he has refused to apologize to Erik ten Hag
The report by Daily Mail confirms United wan Sancho’s loan exit and will be ready to foot a percentage of his £300,000 weekly wage to ease the transfer exit.
An outright sale of the player was also considered by the club as per the report but the loan exit is the only feasible exit solution for United since Sancho will be four months without action by January and no club would want to throw their weight on the player.
Juventus are ready for a loan deal with a buy option but had wanted United to foot half of Jadon Sancho’s weekly wages.