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Club reject January contact from Jadon Sancho about Manchester United departure



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Barcelona have rejected an initial approach by Jadon Sancho’s representatives about a loan move out of Erik ten Hag’s squad in January.

Jadon Sancho‘s future at Manchester United is bleak; everything points towards the £75 million winger leaving Erik ten Hag‘s squad in January.

After claiming that Ten Hag was scapegoating him for poor performances, Sancho was completely banished from all first-team activities and has not seen a football pitch since the end of August.

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There have been many rumours as to where Sancho will go, with both Borussia Dortmund and Juventus two names that continue to crop up in the media, but a new link has cropped up – La Liga side, Barcelona.

Sport Witness explain that Spanish outlet Sport have learned that Barcelona are keeping tabs on the player’s situation, but rejected an approach from Sancho’s camp to facilitate a January loan move.

Their interest is set to start from June next year as the summer window opens, which would allow Barcelona to have a little more financial freedom to manoeuvre a real.

United’s plan, it is said, is to loan Sancho for the remaining six months of the campaign before re-evaluating the situation in the summer and looking for a full sale.

It has been reported elsewhere that United want around £50-60 million for Sancho, whose current contract expires in 2026.