Jadon Sancho removed from Manchester United WhatsApp group
Jadon Sancho has refused to apologise to Ten Hag
The WhatsApp group of Manchester United has removed Jadon Sancho.
Key information is sent to first-team players via the communication network by staff and manager Erik ten Hag.
But Sancho has been taken out of it, further banishing the winger.
He is already not allowed to train with the senior team or use any of their amenities, such as the canteen. He has to bring his meals to the academy area, where he also has a changing room.
The 23-year-old Sancho hasn’t been training alone since he was benched for September’s 3-1 defeat to Arsenal, sparking a standoff.
Ten Hag, the Red Devils’ manager, claimed that his training was subpar.
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However, Sancho made the following social media post: “I conducted myself in training very well this week, and I am not going to tolerate people stating things that are completely untrue.”
Ten Hag demanded an apology that never materialised, even though the post was removed.
Sancho, who cost £73 million when he joined from Borussia Dortmund in July 2021, has been pushed to give in by teammates and workers, but he has resisted.
Additionally, Marcus Rashford advised a United supporter channel to “quit spreading malicious rumours.”
Following The United Stand pushed a stream casting doubt on his future, the England forward retaliated against X.
Rashford, 26, was injured and was unable to play for Fulham; yet, Ten Hag chastised him for going out to parties following the Manchester derby loss.
Before being banned, Sancho only made three appearances in the Premier League this year.