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Shocking Sancho U-turn

“His relationship with ten Hag is very likely beyond repair”

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Things have not been going particularly well for Jadon Sancho since his much-anticipated move to Manchester in 2021.

The 71 million pound move tuned sour after his public fallout with manager Erik ten Hag in August 2023. He in fact hasn’t played for the club since, and was shipped out to Dortmund on loan in January.

Sources confirmed to TEAMtalk that the English winger is hoping to come back to the club after his loan deal runs out and become an integral part of Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s rebuild.

Jadon fell victim to ten Hag’s no-nonsense approach after the Dutch manager called him out before the Arsenal game last August and even left him out of the squad.

It all went sour when the manager called Sancho out for not training properly and left him out of the squad for the trip to Arsenal. Sancho responded publicly on X (formerly twitter) retaliating that that was not the case.

A huge spat out followed and ten Hag said all Sancho had to do was apologize, and he would bring him back to the fold, but Sancho’s ego got the better of him.

That sourness would last for months on end, with Sancho completely refusing to give in – although he did delete the tweet.

The club has been backing ten Hag in this approach, letting him ice Sancho out and even shipped out perhaps one of the greatest players ever in Cristiano Ronaldo for his fallout with the manager.

His relationship with ten Hag is very likely beyond repair and as such, lots of reports had it that Sancho would never play for the club ever again.

Sources have however confirmed to TEAMtalk that the winger is open to a return to turning his career around at Manchester United.

With a rebuild being in the works under Sir Jim, it is possible ten Hag won’t be the manager after the season, which may be the reason why Sancho is of this persuasion.

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