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Jadon Sancho admits he’s “disappointed some people” following Man United loan



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Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho has admitted that his performance levels haven’t been good enough on loan at Borussia Dortmund.

Sancho, 23, believes that he has “disappointed some people” with his displays but is glad to have opened his account for the German club he spent four years at before his move to United.

“I had a feeling this week that I was going to score. I stayed positive, even if my performance didn’t always show it, and I’ve disappointed some people a bit in recent weeks. I’m not entirely satisfied with the game in Bremen either; I could’ve played better and contributed more. But we got the three points; that’s the most important thing.”

“It felt really good,” said Sancho, who scored his first goal for the club since rejoining Dortmund with an impressive strike against Werder Bremen. “It took a while, but I stayed patient.

The winger has also explained that he feels the trust of the manager, Edin Terzic, as well as others at the Bundesliga club.

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This is something that was seemingly missing at United for him since the 23-year-old fell out with Erik ten Hag after a public spat.

“It’s not only Edin whose trust I feel. Everyone at BVB knows what I can do on the pitch. They all trust me,” Sancho added. “I’m very grateful that they give me the opportunity to show what I can do every week. I hope it continues that way.”

Despite that trust, it hasn’t been easy for Sancho since returning to the Bundesliga. He lit the league up when he first joined from Manchester City as a teenager, and there would’ve been large expectations of him when it was announced that he was returning for the rest of the season.

“You always have pressure,” explained the winger. “In my first spell at BVB, I registered a goal involvement in almost every match. So I can understand that the fans expect a lot of me. I do from myself too. I could also accept it if some people were angry with me. I want to continue to improve for the team.”