Juventus exploring loan move for Jadon Sancho in January
Jadon Sancho has not featured for the Red Devils since their 3-1 loss to Arsenal
After publicly questioning Ten Hag’s justifications for leaving the team at Arsenal last month, the 23-year-old caused a rift with the boss and was exiled to work alone in the academy.
Erik ten Hag continues to seek an apology from him, and he is still not included in the Man United manager’s first-team ambitions.
The Sun reports that Juventus is prepared to give Jadon Sancho a chance to survive this winter if United agrees to pay half of his £350,000-per-week salary.
The England international could afterwards theoretically be signed by the Italian giants on a long-term contract for £60 million next summer.
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After Manchester United’s loss at Arsenal, Jadon Sancho claimed on social media that he had been used as a “scapegoat” and effectively referred to Ten Hag as a liar, leading to his expulsion from United training.
Sancho, who joined United from Borussia Dortmund in 2021, has only played as a substitute three times this season, and he hasn’t been in the team since his outburst.
Erik ten Hag is growing increasingly irritated at being questioned about the player who is not on his mind since there is no end in sight.
With only 12 goals and six assists in 82 games for United, the winger’s future at the team is seriously in doubt as the January transfer window approaches.
Manchester United have performed poorly without him, losing to Brighton, Crystal Palace and Bayern Munich.
However, Scott McTominay’s brace in stoppage time against Brentford on Saturday helped the Red Devils go back on track.