Sancho Set For Man United Return? Erik ten Hag Speaks On ‘Regrets’ Handling Sancho Crisis

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Jadon Sancho and Erik ten Hag are still struggling with a tensed and difficult relationship after their fallout in September, MySportDab reports.

With the January transfer window at the corner, there are feelers Sancho may be heading towards his exit from Man United.

But is is there any hope of his return base on Erik ten Hag Hag’s recent comment on the fallout?

First, Erik ten Hag has maintained his stern stance in the crisis for the past four months, effectively axing the player from Manchester United first team, including barring his access to Man United first team facilities.

There were reports since the English winger has refused to apologize to Erik ten Hag, his Man United career was summarily over as there is no way he could find his way back to the squad.

Now, Erik ten Hag has spoken on ‘regrets’ on his handling of Jadon Sancho fallout.

Known for his unyielding and disciplined stance on Sancho and Man United dressing room in general, Erik ten Hag said he has no ‘regrets’ handling Jadon Sancho situation and he will not act differently on the matter.

“I have not regretted my decision, and I won’t act differently,” ten Hag said to United We Stand.

With the Dutch’s latest stance on the fallout, Jadon Sancho is expected to leave Manchester United in January to save his career.

Juventus are lining up a move for the English star but due to his lack of game time in the past four months, the Serie A giants want a loan move but with a buyout clause should everything goes according to plan.

Sancho has been partly blamed for his Man United career deadlock as he refuse to apologize to Erik ten Hag.

Ten Hag, on the other hand, has been known for his hardline and tough approach to whipping his players into order.

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