It’s not been a great few days for Jadon Sancho.
Firstly, the England international was dropped from the United squad that played Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday.
That followed comments from manager Erik Ten Hag that Sancho hadn’t hit the levels expected of him in training.
And the whole thing has seemingly come to the head when Sancho shared comments on social media challenging those comments – which has led to reports of the club preparing to discipline him and former United stars suggesting that his time at United could now be over for undermining the manager so publicly.
It seems that the possibility of a move out of the club has reached Turkey with Turkish sides apparently reaching out to try to sign the former Dortmund star.
That’s according to 90min, who report that United have fielded questions specifically from Turkish clubs about signing the player.
The online publication claims that Ten Hag is due to meet with Sancho to discuss his comments and resolve the situation.
In terms of the transfer window situation, the Turkish window doesn’t actually close September 15th, so there would be an opportunity for him to move there if things worsened.
However, the chances of Sancho moving to Turkey would be quite slim. Not only is the English Premier League miles ahead of the Turkish Super Lig, Sancho’s massive wages would likely be too much for most clubs out there.
If a a move to a Turkish side did materialise and a resolution couldn’t be resolved, then it would be a dramatic turn of events for a player who was once seen as a generational talent while he was playing in Germany.