Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho has found himself sidelined by manager Erik ten Hag due to a disciplinary matter that has sent shockwaves through the football world.
The issue began when Sancho accused Ten Hag of being untruthful about his absence from a crucial Premier League match against Arsenal, which ultimately ended in a 3-1 defeat for the Red Devils.
Initially, Sancho took to social media to express his frustration, venting his displeasure in a tweet. However, he swiftly withdrew the tweet without issuing a public apology, leaving fans and pundits wondering about the circumstances surrounding the incident.
As the situation unfolds, speculations are rife about Jadon Sancho’s future at Manchester United. Sources close to the talented winger have hinted that it might be in his best interests to explore other options.
Manchester Evening News revealed possible destinations; Borussia Dortmund, where Sancho enjoyed a fruitful spell for four years, and Nottingham Forest, currently managed by Steve Cooper.
While a move to Nottingham Forest might be perceived as a step back in terms of the club’s stature, it could make sense for Sancho for a unique reason. This potential move would reunite him with Steve Cooper, his former England Under-17 manager, rumored to be Sancho’s favorite-ever coach.
With the disciplinary matter still shrouded in mystery, it remains unclear whether Jadon Sancho will don the Manchester United jersey again.