It appears Erik ten Hag has loosen his grip on Jadon Sancho as the Dutch offers the wantaway winger a lifeline to return to the team, MySportDab reports.
Jadon Sancho was exiled from Manchester United first team since September following his fallout with Erik ten Hag.
The English winger had brandished Erik ten Hag a liar after the later tendered his reasons for dropping him in Man United Premier League defeat to Arsenal at Emirates Stadium.
In a now-deleted social media post, Sancho argued he had always did his best putting on Man United badge but was scapegoated by Erik ten Hag.
Sancho’s social media rant deepened the fallout between him and Erik ten Hag, and he was subsequently axed from Man United first team after he refused to apologize following a showdown talks with the manager.
Sancho has not played for Manchester United since the fallout and has been training alone with Man United academy team.
Sources close to Man United dressing room had revealed Jadon Sancho’s career at Old Trafford is literally over as he had no way back to the team without apologizing to Erik ten Hag.
With the January transfer window at the corners, Sancho has been linked to a transfer exit from Man United.
While Erik ten Hag has remained mute and show no sign of budging on his decision on Sancho, the Dutch finally opened up he is ready to welcome Jadon Sancho back to the squad if he does the needful.
Speaking in Bournemouth match press conference, Ten Hag said;
‘It is about a culture and every player has to match certain standards, and it was about that,’
”What will happen there, he knows what he has to do if he wants to return. It is up to him.’
MySportDab understands Sancho is more likely to reject the olive branch extended by Erik ten Hag for his return to the team.
Sancho is now fixated on taking his career away from Manchester United and will leave the club in January.
Borussia Dortmund and Juventus have laid a transfer siege for the player with Dortmund reportedly ready for talks for a swap deal while Juventus want a loan deal with a buyout option.