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“Dissatisfied…” – Jadon Sancho’s ‘long conversation’ with Borussia Dortmund boss revealed



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Manchester United loanee Jadon Sancho had a ‘long conversation’ with Borussia Dortmund manager Edin Terzic before he scored on the weekend.

Sancho, 23, moved back to the German club in the January transfer window on a six-month loan move.

He had been exiled from the United first-team squad after a public row with manager Erik ten Hag.

Following his move, Sancho had difficulties with form and fitness, registering a single assist in his first eight games.

The 23-year-old managed to score his first goal of the season on the weekend against Werder Bremen with a wonderful run before a composed finish.

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Afterwards, Terzic revealed to reporters that Sancho himself was ‘dissatisfied’ with his own form when he spoke to the manager before the Werder Bremen win.

“In the last few days and weeks, I’ve gotten many, many questions about why he isn’t where he was yet,” Terzic said.

“For us, it makes complete sense if you take into account what his last 12 months looked like, and yet last week he was very dissatisfied and there was a long conversation.

“After the game, he was dissatisfied because he said he lost the ball too many times, especially in the second half, and that’s what I like about him. He is not just focusing on his goal but taking in the entire performance.

“Even though he hadn’t scored in the last few weeks, we’ve seen that he’s well on his way there. We know he’s not 100 per cent yet but we’ll get him there.”

Sancho has played 82 games for Manchester United since originally signing from Borussia Dortmund in 2021. He has 12 goals and six assists for the English club.