Manchester United’s planned loan deal with Borussia Dortmund for Jadon Sancho has been hit with a temporary setback, MySportDab reports.
Against previous reports of progress and imminent agreement between Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund, the move is said to be stalled as of the time of filing this report, as per Plettigoal.
As reported by Transfer News Live, Plettigoal reveals Manchester United are yet to reach agreement with Borussia Dortmund for Sancho loan move.
The report adds United are still waiting for greenlight to sort out all final details of the deal.
The report reads;
There is still NO AGREEMENT between Dortmund and Manchester United for the loan of Jadon Sancho. Final details yet to be sorted out, so no green light yet.
🚨 There is still NO AGREEMENT between Dortmund and Manchester United for the loan of Jadon Sancho. Final details yet to be sorted out, so no green light yet. 🚫
— Transfer News Live (@DeadlineDayLive) January 7, 2024
Manchester United decided to offload Jadon Sancho following his fallout with Erik ten Hag since September 2023.
The English winger is yet to taste action with the Red Devils as he was barnished from the squad for calling out Erik ten Hag on social media and refusing to apologize afterwards.
As per Fabrizio Romano, Borussia Dortmund are ready to foot a third of Jadon Sancho’s £240,000 weekly wages but no buy option has been included in the move.
However, the Bundesliga side could opt for a permanent move should the embattled winger improved on his loan spell.
Sancho will be the second first team player to leave Manchester United this January on loan after Donny van de Beek seals short term loan move to Eintracht Frankfurt.